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NVIDIA Jetson TX2

By Sam Brown / May 8, 2017

NVIDIA Jetson TX2

Nvidia’s Jetson boards bring parallel processing for deep neural networks for visual recognition and other AI tasks. The TX2 is the latest board in that line. It trains and works faster, recognizing objects in an image in mere milliseconds. Despite its horsepower, the TX2 core runs on low wattage, suitable for battery-powered robots.

The TX2 comes mounted on a mini-computer-sized developer board with a camera and other goodies. Pop the module off the board to have a minimal-sized core for your custom gizmo, or keep it on the developer board to use it as a single-board computer.

Specs
Jetson TX2 NVIDIA
Website:NVIDIA
Type:Single Board Computer
Price:$599
Software:Linux
Clock Speed:2GHz
Processor:Quad-core ARM A57 + Dual Denver cores
I/O Pins Digital:40+
I/O Pins Analog:0
Wi-Fi:Yes
Video:Yes, HDMI
Bluetooth:Yes
Ethernet:Yes
Operating Voltage:19V
Input Voltage:5.5–19.6V
Dimensions:6.7"×6.7"
Memory:8GB 128-bit LDDR4 memory

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