What is best microcontroller ever?

UDOO X86 combines the advantages of the PC 101 and the Arduino to become one of the most attractive devices for a manufacturer of single board computer. This open source platform is about 10 times faster Raspberry PI 3 and Intel x86-based quad-core 64-bit generation.


X86 UDOO single card hacker has surpassed its Kickstarter goal.

UDOO X86 comes with a quad-core SOC Braswell, 4 GB of RAM, and compatible with Arduino with a query module. UDOO X86 is the most powerful ever made table from video editing software for the hacker game, you can run all available for personal computers. In simple words, it is the art equipment.

UDOO X86 10 times faster Raspberry Pi 3
If we compare the PC platform with its competitors, UDOO X86 displays simultaneously is three to 10 times more powerful than a Raspberry PI 3 with the ability to drive up to 4K.

Designed for the PC domain, UDOO X86 is based on a generation Intel x86 64-bit core. Built on 14 nm architecture, these processors less power consumed 5 or 6 watts.

The UDOO X86 = 101 Arduino PC
Speaking of software, UDOO X86 is compatible with the Arduino IDE 101 and the 6-axis accelerometer to, Gyroscope, including Bluetooth connectivity and low power consumption.

Like the 101 pinout of Arduino, you have the same configuration. This means the sensor 101, is compatible with the support of the board with the shield and the Arduino actuators.

X86 UDOO shoes from all sides
UDOO X86 comes with support for multiple boot and boot from every side. A micro SD card reader, SATA with the help of 8 GB EMMC board, M.2 key B and USB 3.0 ports, you can connect a variety of devices. It also comes with Gigabit Ethernet.

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Open source is love UDOO
X86 UDOO hardware and software found great love in the open source community with open source code. UDOO ended his campaign with a Creative Commons license schemes, 3D design, will release the list of binary, and accessories.

Are you ready to learn more about UDOO X86, you can visit their Kickstarter page.

Also, if you died for it and do new things, we have some great deals for you:

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Student Asked on April 20, 2016 in PC Hardware.
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