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Just been to see the TI open source hardware stand at Embedded World in Nuremberg - they were doing some really cool stuff with the Beaglebone and had some interesting new capes for it that they had just…
Didn't see any capes featuring HDMI, but that definitely sounds like a good idea. The only thing I would wonder about is whether the breakout pins would be able to carry that data load quick enough to…
We have been using this board for DAQ at a Windmill -- it works really good with Ubuntu and Perl because of its many GPIO we are running alot of sensors (like 4x12 on it with a AVR controller)
If you didn't win one of the free kits why not come on over and take a look that the product details, videos, and see if you would like to buy one for yourself.
Thank you all for applying. This RoadTest is now closed. We are pleased to announce the following members that have been selected to receive a Beaglebone:
Congratulations! Your product will be shipped to the address each of you provided when you applied for this RoadTest. As a reminder, element14 and our supplier partners send these products free-of-charge because we place high value upon your unbiased, detailed product review. Please post your review back here within 3-6 weeks of receiving your item.
For those who were not selected to win this product, enrollment for the Agilent U1272A HH DMM and U1177A Bluetooth Adapter Road Test is open .
Damn... just one day too late!
Hopefully there will be another one of interest soon!
(I missed out on the Raspberry one, as well!)
Very strange can't enroll for this roadtest. And I would love to compare this board to the RaspberryPi