Explore the high-performance, low-power world with the tiny, affordable, open-source Beagles. Putting Android, Ubuntu and other Linux flavors at your fingertips, the Beagle family revs as high as 1GHz with flexible peripheral interfaces and a proven ecosystem of feature-rich "Cape" plug-in boards.
Meet the newest addition to the open hardware Beagle family.
Get the powerhouse 1GHz AM335x ARM® Cortex-A8 processor, expanded peripherals, low power consumption and open source software compatibility.
- Element14 - Farnell/Newark
- Special Computing
- Maker Shed
- TechShare Store
- Tenet Technetronics
- EXP Tech
- Abra Electronics
- RP Electronics
- Sumeet Instruments
- Logic Supply
- Dynamo Electronics
- RS Components
- Embest Version
What can these boards do?
- The Beagles are tiny open-hardware (you could make one yourself), open-software computers that plug into whatever you have around the house.
- Beagles mean big functionality in small packages because these little PCs can be used for all kinds of applications you've been tinkering with... and can handle many of the same tasks as your desktop PC.
- The Beagle family is happiest when helping students to learn programming, hobbyists to push the bounderies of DIY and developers move to production quickly without excess noise, expense or bulk.
This third-gen Beagle is powered by a 720MHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor and includes power management, microSD card with Angstrom, built-in FTDI-based serial / JTAG and on-chip Ethernet.
BeagleBoard-xM delivers extra MIPS with a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor, and memory with 512MB of low-power DDR RAM... plus a suite of peripherals.
The original Beagle runs on a 720MHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor and has extensions for increased acceleration, graphics hardware and high-res video.
Product Comparison Table
|Maximum Processor Speed||1GHz||720MHz||1GHz||720MHz|
|Digital Pins||65 (3.3V)||65 (3.3V)||53 (1.8V)||24 (1.8V)|
|Memory||512MB DDR3 (800MHz x 16), 2GB (4GB on Rev C) on-board storage using eMMC, microSD card slot||256MB DDR2 (400MHz x 16), microSD card slot||512MB LPDDR (333MHz x 32), microSD card slot||256MB LPDDR (333MHz x 32), SD card slot|
|USB||HS USB 2.0 Client Port, LS/FS/HS USB 2.0 Host Port||HS USB 2.0 Client Port, LS/FS/HS USB 2.0 Host Port||4 Port LS/FS/HS USB Hub, HS USB 2.0 OTG Port||USB HS Host Port, HS USB 2.0 OTG Port|
|Video||microHDMI, cape add-ons||cape add-ons||DVI-D (via HDMI connectors), S-Video||DVI-D (via HDMI connectors), S-Video|
|Audio||microHDMI, cape add-ons||cape add-ons||3.5mm stereo jack||3.5mm stereo jack|
|Supported Interfaces||4x UART, 8x PWM, LCD, GPMC, MMC1, 2x SPI, 2x I2C, A/D Converter, 2xCAN Bus, 4 Timers||4x UART, 8x PWM, LCD, GPMC, MMC1, 2x SPI, 2x I2C, A/D Converter, 2xCAN Bus, 4 Timers,
FTDI USB to Serial, JTAG via USB
|McBSP, DSS, I2C, UART, LCD, McSPI, PWM, JTAG, Camera Interface||McBSP, DSS, I2C, UART, McSPI, PWM, JTAG|
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