For hackers who missed out on the Chumby craze, Adafruit has a pile of Chumby PCBs for sale.
The Chumby Hacker Board is a cool single board Linux computer that has much of the same hardware as the famous Chumby One. It’s great for people who are experienced with Linux and want to have the power of a microcomputer with audio and video output while at the same time getting all the peripherals of a microcontroller such as analog-to-digital conversion, PWM outputs, sensors, bit twiddling, and broken-out GPIOs!
Here’s what you get for $89:
â€¢ Freescale iMX.233 processor running at 454 MHZ and 64 MB onboard RAM.
â€¢ Comes with 512MB uSD card with 100 MB Linux installation all ready to go.
â€¢ 3.3V I/O pins can talk to most sensors, motor drivers, etc. No struggling with 1.8V levels.
â€¢ Low power, fanless design draws only (200?) mA at 5V.
â€¢ Built-in Lithium Ion/Polymer battery charger and 5V boost converter for portable projects.
â€¢ Three USB ports!
â€¢ 1W mono speaker amplifier (0.1″ JST onboard connector.)
â€¢ Microphone input (0.05″ JST onboard connector.)
â€¢ LCD controller with 2mm output port.
â€¢ 3.5mm A/V output jack with stereo audio and NTSC/PAL composite video.
â€¢ Back of board has GPIO outputs on 0.1″ header spacing, plug in an Arduino proto shield!
â€¢ 5-way joystick and 3-axis accelerometer on-board.
â€¢ 3.3V TTL serial port for easy shell access.
Looks pretty sweet!