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A20-OLinuXino DualCore Cortex-A7 prototype update

Posted on Sunday, May 26th, 2013 in Android, dev boards by the machinegeek

A20-OLinuXino
Tsvetan writes to update us on the status of the A20-OLinuXino. They now have their A20-OLinuXino DualCore Cortex-A7 prototypes working fine using Allwinner’s double core A20 which is almost pin to pin compatible with A10.

For more info visit the OLinuXino webpage. General information on the open source software and hardware OLinuXino can be found at Olimex Ltd.

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One Response to “A20-OLinuXino DualCore Cortex-A7 prototype update”

  1. Paul says:

    Well, it was quick – I remember how long it took to get A13 board out of the door, but that’s what it means to get experience. Kudos Olimex for doing that and doing that as true Open Hardware!

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