Simtec's ARM9-based Mini-ITX board
October 29, 2003

Simtec Electronics in the UK have released a Mini-ITX sized Samsung 2410 evaluation board based on a 266Mhz Samsung S3C2410 ARM9 processor.
There are three standard configurations available, Gold, Silver and Bronze. Key features include up to 256MB on board SDRAM, NAND Flash memory and a Smart Media Slot, integrated video with TV output, VGA and LVDS panel connectors, integral audio, two 10/100 Mbit network controllers, USB host interfaces, up to five UARTS, IDE interfaces and PC/104 expansion. In all configurations, the total power consumption is less than 2W. The board comes with 16MB of FLASH ROM containing Simtec's ABLE firmware, ready to boot your choice of operating system. A supplied support CD contains a complete cross compiling GNU toolchain which is configured to produce example embedded applications including an electronic picture frame, simple thin client web browser, NAS unit and E-book reader.

Simtec's Samsung 2410 Evaluation Board

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