Cortex A9 Powered Android Mini-PC Coming from UDOO (Video)

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  • 16 Apr 2013
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  • Android powered devices are becoming more and more widespread and that given the Open Source nature of the OS, coupled with the excellent support and vast opportunities. It is even obvious that this type of implementations are set on the path of replacing your average PC at home with one at last as versatile though a lot more ergonomic.

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    The Android OS itself is the perfect environment for all sorts on implementations. It is fast, stable, reliable, highly popular among developers and requires very cheap components to run. Thus manufacturers are looking for a way to integrate all this features into a device that is well suited for the task of being fully grown PC replacements.

    The number of Android based mini-PCs has also grown by a large margin and the choice in this regard can suit every need. UDOO also provides a very attractive offer, in a board like design implementation and with all the platform specific features. It is powered by a Freescale i.MX6 ARM Cortex-A9 chip with 1 GB of RAM that should provide more than acceptable performance for everyday tasks. It also offers HDMI, microSD card slot, a gigabit ethernet port, integrated Wi-Fi, and audio output ports. The price for the dual-core variant sits around $109, with a quad-core version also featuring SATA connectivity available for $129.

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