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Intel Joule 570x Development Platform

By Sam Brown / Sep 26, 2016

Intel Joule 570x Development Platform

The Joule packs power similar to a mid-range laptop computer into a 1″×2″ module. It supports burst speeds up to 2.4 GHz, has 4GB of RAM, built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, on-chip graphics acceleration, and supports Intel’s new family of RealSense cameras with depth perception.

Makers will appreciate the larger development board the Joule comes atop, with 48 GPIO pins on standard female headers. The additional option to use a graphical interface also makes this feel more like a single board computer than Intel’s prior prototyping boards.

As Intel’s contender for fastest IoT core yet, the Joule is an impressive entry.

Specs
Intel Joule 570x Development Platform Intel
Type:Single Board Computer
Price:$369.99
Make: Recommendation:Augmented Reality devices
Software:Ostro Linux
Clock Speed:1.7GHz, 2.4GHz burst speed
Processor:Intel Atom, quad-core, 64-bit
I/O Pins Digital:48 GPIO
I/O Pins Analog:4 PWM
Wi-Fi:Yes
Video:1080P via Micro HDMI
Bluetooth:Yes
Ethernet:No
Input Voltage:12V, 3A power supply
I/O Pin Voltage:1.8V
Dimensions:3.35"×2.75"
Memory:4GB RAM, 16GB Flash
Additional Features:Graphics acceleration & support for "RealSense" depth-sensing camera

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Why to Buy

Use the Intel Joule to develop devices that pack processing power which approaches that of your laptop.

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