PocketBone Dev Kit
Qwerty Embedded Design
PocketBone is a miniature Linux SoM that can fit into a mini Altoids tin designed by Jason Kridner of BeagleBone.org and Michael Welling of QWERTY Embedded Design. It runs the Octavo Systems OSD3558 SiP, aka the ‘BeagleBone chip’. The OSD3558 chip features a TI AM3558 ARM® Cortex®-A8, 512 MB of DDR3 RAM, 114 GPIOs, 6 UARTs, 2 SPIs, 2x Gigabit Ethernet, and USB. Note that only a limited amount of peripheral breakouts are available due to its small size. We ordered a small run of these boards to hack on and have a few left over to share for this special limited-edition kit. Note - this is not an official BeagleBone product.
We had some extra boards and wanted to do something fun with them. One board at Circuit Hub currently costs over $600. Save over 500% on the board cost and get essential accessories in this limited Get.
1 x PocketBone Rev 0, 1 x 16GB Micro SD Card with OS, 1 x USB to Ethernet connector, 1 x USB cable, 1 x mini Altoids tin with pre-cut USB holes
Campaign funded, scheduled end date: Fri, 14 Jul 2017 13:31:00 PDT
4 weeks Days
GroupGets will handle the shipment of orders for this product.