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Alxx123
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re: Samsung’s $250 Exynos 5-based Arndale dev board
Alxx123   3/6/2013 10:18:11 PM
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Sylvie any information from Samsung ? Is the Openbrix also a Samsung board or 3rd party ? Seems to be the same developers as the arndale board ? http://www.howchip.com/shop/item.php?it_id=BRIX5250A

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re: Samsung’s $250 Exynos 5-based Arndale dev board
SylvieBarak   1/16/2013 11:56:16 PM
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Fair comment, Robotics developer. I will ping Samsung and ask them where I can point you for more in depth information.

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re: Samsung’s $250 Exynos 5-based Arndale dev board
Robotics Developer   1/16/2013 8:05:57 PM
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I watched the video and came away wanting to know more. It seems that the development board "supports" a lot of features but it was not clear if the support is built in or must be purchased and plugged in. It seems like a great little board but I would want to know a lot more about it before spending the money. Kudos to Samsung for producing it, please provide more information or links!



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