Available single Board PC Le Potato needs to support Linux kernel 4.9
Company Shenzhen Libre Technology came on the portal Kickstarter to raise funds for the release of the single Board PC Le Potato. Thanks to the wide-used media players platform, the new product is well suited for video playback, while the developers promised support for Android OS 7.1 and Linux kernel 4.9.
The Foundation Board Le Potato became S905X Amlogic SoC with four cores Cortex-A53 with a frequency of 1.5 GHz and GPU Mali-450 MP. The unit charged aluminum radiator, for which depositors have to pay a little extra. Similarly, for the volume of DDR3 RAM, which can be 1 or 2 GB. Built-in flash memory, there is only the connector for the eMMC module and a slot for memory cards microSD.
In addition to the HDMI 2.0 has a minijack composite output CVBS output S/PDIF and I2S. The common layout is reminiscent of the Raspberry Pi Board 3, in the list of connectors include four USB 2.0, network port Fast Ethernet, pads, ADC, SPI, UART and 40 pins with I2C, SPI, PWM, voltages of 5 and 3.3 V, and GPIO. Unsoldered the IR receiver, microUSB port intended for an external power adapter. The minimum fee for the possibility of having the fee Le Potato is $25.