What is BeagleBoard-xM?
The $149 MSRP BeagleBoard-xM delivers with the help of its AM37x 1GHz ARM processor, enabling hobbyists, students and innovators to bring a project to development fast. Designed with community inputs in mind, this open hardware design brings the previous generations' laptop-like performance and expandability to the next level, while adhering to hand-held power levels. Direct connectivity is supported by the on-board four-port hub with 10/100 Ethernet, while maintaining a tiny credit-card-sized footprint.
Processor: AM37x 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 compatible
- More than 2,000 Dhrystone MIPS
- Up to 20 million polygons/second graphics
- HD video capable C64+TMDSP core
- 512 MB LPDDR RAM
- 2D/3D graphics accelerator
- 4 USB 2.0 ports
- MMC/SD connector
- DVI-D port
- S-Video port
- USB mini AB connector
- Angstrom Linux
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Getting started with Beagleboard-xM: Angstrom Linux on Beagleboard-xM, required peripherals, how to interface to external peripherals and their cost.
BeagleBoard-xM, 6 Angstrom Linux Desktop Sync
Create a mega display wall, combining several displays. The mouse is synchronized accross 6 ARM-powered Ubuntu desktops through synergy, and an ffmpeg synchronization app makes it possible to combine them into a video wall.