Arndale Board

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Arndale Board
Arm 5250 full 1.jpg
TypeSingle-board computer
Release dateNovember 2012 (2012-11) Edit this at Wikidata

The Arndale Board is a high-power single-board computer featuring the ARM Cortex-A15 MPCore developed in South Korea.[1]


The Arndale Board is composed of four parts: the CPU Board, Base Board, Sound Board, and Connectivity Board.

Hardware specifications[edit]

Arndale Board[2]
SoC: Exynos 5250
CPU: 1.7 GHz dual-core ARM Cortex-A15
GPU: ARM Mali-T604[2]
Display Module: MIPI-DSI 4 Lane and eDP interface support, 7-inch TFT LCD, Resolution 1024 × 600, Capacitive Touchscreen
WiFi+BT+GPS Module: Samsung SWB-A51H (Wi-Fi, BT) + CSR GPS(G05t)
Camera Module: MIPI-CSI and ITU601 interface support, 5 mp camera
Accessories: AC Adapter (5V 5A), SATA SSD 120 GB or 240 GB (Sata To USB 3.0 cable or SATA cable+power cable), HDMI, Serial, USB, cable, SD card, etc.
Size: 140 mm[h] × 195 mm[w] × 20 mm[d]
Weight: 166 g
S/W: U-boot 1.3.4, Linux kernel: 3.0.15, Android Version: Jelly Bean


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  2. ^ a b "Introduction -". Archived from the original on 2014-07-10. Retrieved 2013-05-27.

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