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Meet the Beagles: Open Source Computing

Get your hands in technology's guts and control your development destiny with these credit-card sized, low-power, open-hardware computers. Experiment with Linux, Android and Ubuntu and jump-start development in five minutes with the included USB cable.

Dive into the Beagle community to explore what Beagles can do. What can yours do?

BeagleBone Black

A true open hardware, community-supported embedded computer for developers and hobbyists. Ride the 1GHz edge with the Sitara™ ARM® Cortex-A8 processor, boot Linux in under 10 seconds and get started on development in less than 5 minutes with just a single USB cable.

Key Features:

  • 1GHz performance
  • Run Ubuntu & Android
  • uHDMI, uSD, USB,       Ethernet, 5V
  • Built-in 4GB storage        with Debian

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    Explore the Linux distribution shipping with Rev C BeagleBone Black, customized with Cloud9 IDE to run JavaScript, Python, C, Ruby and more programs right out of the box

    Octoscroller and LEDscape
    Drive huge numbers of LEDs using the on-board PRU microcontrollers on BeagleBone Black and an interface for building graphics with Python and other high-level languages

    Use this project to seamlessly turn your BeagleBone Black into a handheld gaming console that supports a variety of classic video games

    Transform BeagleBone Black or BeagleBoard-xM into an embedded appliance that plays Super Nintendo games

    Measure just about anything by making the SensorCape, an expansion board that adds a myriad or sensors to your BeagleBone or BeagleBone Black

    Java on Beagle
    Develop on Beagle with Java, the foundation for many networked applications and the widely-held standard for developing mobile, games, Web content and enterprise software

    Blitter Bike
    Create an interactive, bike-towed, electronic light sculpture that will cause countless double takes and be a hit at any party

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