More Pi wannabies

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Re: More Pi wannabies

Postby ahull » Tue Jul 19, 2016 7:21 pm

I'm pretty certain the SOC will be capable of driving HDMI, so a micro HDMI connector would be more appropriate for most uses I can think of, having said that a lot of small monitors do still have composite inputs, they are getting pretty rare on larger monitors and TVs though.
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Re: More Pi wannabies

Postby zoomx » Tue Jul 19, 2016 7:41 pm

There is a post in hackaday blog.
The interesting thing is that maybe this board will be never produced if Broadcom will refuse to sell the chip as it did with the Odroid-W :shock:
It must be noted that this board is not for sale yet, and if Broadcom takes offense to the project, it may never be. That’s exactly what happened with the ODROID-W, and if ArduCAM can’t secure a supply of chips from Broadcom, this project will never see the light of day.

http://hackaday.com/2016/07/18/arducam-introduces-a-third-party-raspberry-pi/


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