Re: Anyone here made a "TV computer"?
On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 12:31 AM, Phil Endecott
> Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkcl <at> lkcl.net> writes:
>> .... *click*. seven. phil... i just remembered. i got the perfect
>> system for you :)
>> "The first in the series, the i.MX53 Quick Start board is a $149 open
>> source development platform. Integrated with an ARM® CortexTM-A8 1 GHz
>> processor, the Quick Start board includes a display controller,
>> hardware-accelerated graphics, 1080p video decode"
> Luke you're quite right, that looks like a great board. And it's actually
> available! Thanks!
ok couldn't quite find the right message so just replying to this
one: i spoke to my contact at freescale, he says that yes it _is_
available from mouser, digikey, freescale themselves and others - it's
just in quite high demand, and the lead time is approximately 7 weeks
at the moment. so that roughly corresponds (right now) with the date
you saw on the web site, 30th may, phil.
but yes - order one now, get one in 7 weeks. popular little buggers
:) same price as the beagleboard-xm, but has 1gb RAM instead of