Samsung wants a slice of Raspberry Pi with the Artik 10

Artik 10

The Raspberry Pi occupies an important niche market maker in education and projects. Many other products such as Cubieboard, Banana Pi and others have tried to beat her for their first place, but the truth is that it is complicated to do. At a low cost and above all a huge number of followers giving her support is complicated overshadow him. Although we heard of it a year ago, when Samsung announced that it would make the sale a development board called Artik, will not be until next month we can get hold of one.

Artik 10
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If the authority permits and if the weather permitting, next month we can buy one of these plates that go straight to the heart of the Internet of Things addressed.

As we say little left now to go Artik 10 for sale. Samsung has announced that its strong point will be applications requiring good performance on issues of reproduction or video encoding and autonomous vehicles and other applications demanding computing power in a small footprint.

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For it has a quad – core processor (ARM Cortex A15 quad-core 1.5GHz and A7 quad-core 1.3 GHz), with a CPU 32-bit versus 64-bit PI 3. And speaking of graphics muscle to the Artik has a GPU Mali T628 MP6 LPDDR3 RAM and 2 GB with 16 GB of eMMC storage. According to the information provided, you can play video up to 120 fps, but we know nothing of 4K so do not delude ourselves.

As for connectivity, it includes Bluetooth, Zigbee and Wi-Fi 802.11 ac, as well as three USB ports, one of which is USB 3.0. The board includes security features to secure devices and working with ARM TrustZone and Trusted Execution Environment. In terms of size, these are 39 x 29 x 3.5 mm. If you’ve gotten this far, you’re wondering about the price of Artik 10, but has not yet been revealed.

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