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"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

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Arrived on 11/14/17 :

Mouser Electronics  - Electronic Components Distributor

Mouser Electronics

NXP Semiconductors

i.MX RT Crossover Processors

https://www.mouser.com/new/nxp-semiconductors/nxp-imx-rt/

with a uClinux :

EmCraft Systems

Linux BSP for the NXP i.MX RT1050 EVK Board

https://www.emcraft.com/products/819

 

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clawson wrote:
Then I saw the price. Gulp!
An alternate i.MX6 SoM though no network interface :

EmCraft Systems

i.MX 6ULL System-On-Module

https://www.emcraft.com/products/777

i.MX 6ULL, 800MHz Cortex-A7, Industrial (-40 to +85C), 256MB RAM, 256MB NAND

SOM-IMX6ULL-800I

https://www.emcraft.com/products/777#order

(50USD, quantity 1)

 

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SpiderKenny wrote:
It must run linux, have WiFi and Bluetooth ...

TechNexion PICO Compute Modules

https://shop.technexion.com/system-on-modules/pico/pico-modules.html/?___SID=U&dir=asc&filter_connectivity=1179_1180&limit=all&order=price

(selected for Wi-Fi)

Digi-Key has these on a SBC with the SoM in single quantities with 8w lead.

Mouser has some of the SoM in stock.

 

https://www.digikey.com/products/en/embedded-computers/single-board-computers-sbcs/933?k=&pkeyword=&s=16333

https://www.mouser.com/TechNexion/Embedded-Solutions/Computing/System-On-Modules-SOM/_/N-aez5p?P=1yynr9sZ1yzs9vnZ1yf8kaf

 

https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/technexion-downloads/datasheets/picoimx6ulemmc.pdf

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Pin-compatible with the Intel Edison for sensors and low-speed I/O, but also adds additional expansion possibilities for multimedia and connectivity, that can easily be expanded and implemented for IoT design

...

 

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An article listing some "cheaper-than-pi" Linux SBCs:

TechRepublic wrote:

The cheapest computers available

On its release in 2012, the $35 Raspberry Pi showed just how much computer you could get for a bargain-basement price.

But the cost of single-board computers has just kept dropping, with the Raspberry Pi Foundation releasing the tiny Pi Zero for just $5.

Today the Zero is one of several computers with a single-digit price tag, and if you're looking for a cheap as chips board you're spoiled for choice.

These are the single-board computers that you can pick up for less than a price of the $35 Pi 3.

One thing to bear in mind is that the cheapest offerings lack many of the features of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B, and have more in common with the $5/$10 Raspberry Pi Zero.

Even the more expensive boards are at somewhat of a disadvantage compared to the Pi range, lacking their breadth of stable software, tutorials and community support.

 

https://www.techrepublic.com/pictures/cheap-raspberry-pi-alternatives-20-computers-that-cost-less-than-the-pi-3/

 

#LinuxSBC

 

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