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OLinuXino-Micro ARM9 Linux board available at Mouser

Posted on Wednesday, September 12th, 2012 in ARM, dev boards by DP

Brightbluejim let us know that the OLinuXino-Micro ARM9 Linux board is available at Mouser for $30. It runs at 454 MHz, has 64 MB of RAM, an SD-card reader, TV PAL/NTSC video output, one USB High-Speed host port, and an a Pi-tossing 60 GPIO pins broken out.

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6 Responses to “OLinuXino-Micro ARM9 Linux board available at Mouser”

  1. Peter says:

    So “Pi-tossing” has now entered our lexicon? Can I suggest
    Pi-chrushing, Pi-shaming, Pi-popping, Pi-topping (I like this one).
    Pi-numbing?

  2. Charles Babbage says:

    Arm9 inferior to Rpi’s Arm11; 454Mhz slower than Rpi’s 700Mhz; 64MB ram less than Rpi’s 128 or 256MB; cost is more than Rpi; yes 60 GPIO >26 GPIO but other than that it seems the Pi is OlinuXino-tossing?

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