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PandaBoard touts low-cost OMAP 4 mobile software dev

10/28/2010 04:24 AM EDT
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JuanCa0
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re: PandaBoard touts low-cost OMAP 4 mobile software dev
JuanCa0   11/1/2010 2:56:02 AM
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I think with some ports may include some GPS chipSet or other external devices, but with this low cost I think is a good idea and alternative to enter on this OMAP technology, that is making reference !. J.Carlos Dergan F. (peru)

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pica0   10/29/2010 12:03:19 PM
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Further questions: Is it upgradable to 2GB of RAM? Is there a SATA option/extension?

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Luis Sanchez   10/29/2010 8:28:23 AM
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The artcle doesn't mention if this development board includes A-GPS or real GPS chips?

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