Raspberry has managed to make the development board suitable for mass production. Most RP i alternatives but are also equipped with an ARM chip, only a few single-board focus on the x86 architecture. We therefore compare in this Special the currently well-known representatives of this class, the bar Panda, with two coming exotics: The Up Board Squared and the UDOO x86.42916Assemble PC itself
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the various ARM single board computers are prepared for most projects. But if you want to use a full Windows or one of the more exotic Linux distributions, can not avoid an x86 chipset remains.
The particularly small Intel Atom chipset already fired some Windows tablets and also their own HDMI Stick-Computer Intel Compute Stick *. Meanwhile, however, Celeron and Pentium chipsets in the 14-nm process are already being manufactured and are suitable for the smallest single board. So if you want to develop better on the x86 architecture, can also slow with good performance. but the prices of the boards can not compete with the ARM competition there.Start Photogallery(15 images)The 14 coolest advent of technology nerds
Latte Panda vs. UDOO x86 vs. Up Board Squared
For many, the Latte Panda currently the reference when it comes to x86 single board computer. That's why we compare this with the forthcoming &Competitors; # 8220&# 8221; UDOO x86 and the Up Board Squared.For many previously OF x86 single board // Source: Latte Panda
The largely Italian team behind UDOO has gained experience with single board computers ARM-based with the UDOO QUAD / DUAL and UDOO NEO already and brings 2017 now her first x86 board in four variants out (Basic, Advanced, Advanced Plus & Ultra).
Up Board already has a product with the same name &Competitors; # 8220&# 8221; to bar Panda in the market, which is based on the x5-z8300 4-Kerner from Intel. Up to the Board Squared or UP² the next version will now appear in several different versions in May 2017th
Latte Panda, UDOO x86 & UP² compared
The hardware and other specifications of the three different x86 single board we have faced you in the following table:
|Latte Panda||UDOO x86||Up Board Squared|
|CPU||Intel Atom Z8300 X5 &# 8211; 4 x 1.84 GHz|
|GPU||Intel HD Graphics, 12 EUs (200-500 MHz)|
|Storage||32GB eMMC (A-Plus & Ultra)|
|GPIO||6 GPIOs Intel Cherry Trail, 20 GPIOs Arduino Leonardo, 6 Gravity Sensor Pins||Arduino-101-compatible pinout, 14 PWM digital I / O pins 6 Analog I / O pins||40 Pin-GP bus 60 Pin EXHAT|
|connections||RJ45, microSD, HDMI, MIPI DSI, 3.5 mm jack, 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x USB 3.0||SATA, RJ45, microSD, M.2, HDMI, 2 x miniDP ++, 3.5 mm jack, 3 x USB 3.0, MIPI CSI, MIPI DSI||SATA, 2 x RJ45, microSD, 2 x HDMI 1.4, EDP 3.5mm, 2 x USB 2.0, USB 3.0 x 3, 1 x Micro-USB 3.0 (OTG), MIPI CSI EDP|
|network||100 Mbit / s LAN, WiFi 802.11 b / g / n, BT 4.0||1 Gbit / s LAN,WiFi, BT 4.0||1 Gbit / s LAN, WiFi, BT 4.0|
|Dimensions||88 mm x 70 mm||120 mm x 85 mm||85.6 mm x 90 mm|
|mass||55 g||K. A.||80 g (no fan)|
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