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#1

…i can :rofl:







#2

Looks like feather is a thing now. You just need need to convince our guys to make one!


#3

i want one of such as it :sunglasses:
great things


#4

and it wasn’t even Friday


#5

??? another thing (Linux ?? - seems similiar to MEADOW)

https://groboards.com/giant-board/

Pinout subject to change*
Specs:

  • Microchip SAMA5D2 ARM® Cortex®-A5 Processor 500MHz
  • 128MB DDR2 RAM built-in to the SiP
  • 6X 12-Bit ADC with 3.3V Reference
  • 4X 16-Bit PWM
  • ADC external trigger
  • PWM external trigger
  • 1X I2C
  • 1X SPI
  • 1X UART
  • Full 3.7V LIPO support for portable projects
  • Micro SD for OS and storage
  • 4.14 linux kernel

#6

Very cool. And that would simply run full linux/MONO with every driver under the sun! How awesome would it be if every chip in the future came with a GB or RAM!


#7

Actually, @valon_hoti_gmail_com, as I understand it, the Meadow board is still running an interpreter. This SAMA5D2 linux groboard would be able to run compiled mono or dotnet binaries and with a base clock rate a bit more than 2x higher than the Meadow. Can’t tell what the price point will be, but I already know I’ll get one to test drive :slight_smile:

Feather is a great form factor just because of the number of wing-boards and the ease of stackable interfacing. Of course, the Sagitta Feather is supported in Sagitta Designer as are all the Adafruit wing boards. More boards and software coming!


#8

Yes, please. Feel free to do so.:grin:
Ps : I discovered the lattepanda
and dream of such a board with the fez instead of the arduino