Re: Freescale iMX53 Quick Start board
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On 08/06/11 01:37, Phil Endecott wrote:
> Don't buy it from Freescale; their website is unusable. There are two or three
> distributors who sell it, and their websites are not quite as awful. I got mine
> from Mouser for £111 inclusive of postage and all tax and duty.
Much better; ta.
Are there any decent-looking Cortex A9 boards out or upcoming which
support ethernet and SATA? So far I've found:
PandaBoard --- $180, ethernet, no SATA.
Samsung Origen --- $250, no ethernet, no SATA.
Igloo Snowball --- $209, ethernet, no SATA (but other than that a very
nice looking device).
Trimslice --- $199, ethernet, may have SATA (they mention it a lot but
it's unclear whether there's an actual socket or not). Comes in a box!
Anything else worth investigating?
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