ELECTRONICS: Fueling an active open source community with a flexible, fan-less and low-cost embedded development board, Digi-Key Corp. announced it is shipping Revision C of the popular BeagleBoard from BeagleBoard.org. The latest version offers increased design flexibility with twice the memory (256 MB RAM), additional high-speed USB port and an LCD expansion connector. Based on a Texas Instruments’ OMAP3530 processor, the BeagleBoard bridges desktop and embedded development by delivering laptop-like performance in a pocketsize, 3 x 3-inch form factor for innovative projects ranging from robots, netbooks and mobile Internet devices to entire Linux distributions and gaming frameworks. BeagleBoard Revision C (Digi-Key part number 296-23428-ND) is available for $149.
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