The DragonBoard’s smart-phone ancestry is plain to see. It boots into Android, supports impressive video, and a plethora of other media types. It even has a GPS antenna. Makers will appreciate its GPIO pins for interacting with the physical world, and the option to swap Android for Linux or even Windows 10 IoT. It comes in a compact package: a credit card sized board, barely thicker than its USB ports. The designers even picked a smaller power-plug, to keep the board thin.
Review: Qualcomm DragonBoard 410c
Why To Buy
The DragonBoard packs a ton of multimedia support into a small, thin, single board computer. If you already know and love Android, this board will give you that familiar environment. If you’re a veteran of single board computers, already versed in Linux, you can have it that way, too.
|Qualcomm DragonBoard 410c||By: Qualcomm|
|Type:||Single Board Computer|
|Software:||Android, Linux, Win 10 IoT|
|Clock Speed:||1.2 GHz|
|I/O Pins (digital):||12|
|I/O Pins (analog):||0|
|Dimension:||54mm x 85mm|
|Memory:||1GB LPDDR3 533MHz, 8GB Flash|