How about a cheap hawkboard-like system with this chip? C6A816x Integra

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robstoddard

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Sep 16, 2011, 1:04:50 PM9/16/11
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http://newscenter.ti.com/Blogs/newsroom/archive/2010/10/19/introducing-industry-s-fastest-single-core-floating-point-dsp-new-c6a816x-integra-dsp-arm-174-processors-from-texas-instruments-provide-extreme-integration-and-high-performance-527167.aspx

This is a 1.5 Ghz chip which incorporates a floating point DSP and a
Cortex A8 core with performance up to 1.5Ghz. From the looks of it,
this chip seems to have more or less the same peripherals as the L138
too, however, I haven't looked at it in-depth.

J T Dsouza

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Sep 16, 2011, 3:19:25 PM9/16/11
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$1895 dev board. PCIExpress Gen2, SATA 2.0, dual Gigabit Ethernet and dual DDR2/DDR3 , Video accel.

robstoddard

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Sep 20, 2011, 5:25:12 PM9/20/11
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Yea, that's a little pricey at this point. The Pandaboard has about
as much to offer, if not more, yet it's still under $200.



On Sep 16, 2:19 pm, J T Dsouza <jtd1...@gmail.com> wrote:
> $1895 dev board. PCIExpress Gen2, SATA 2.0, dual Gigabit Ethernet and dual
> DDR2/DDR3 , Video accel.
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> On Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 10:34 PM, robstoddard <r...@robstoddard.com> wrote:
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> >http://newscenter.ti.com/Blogs/newsroom/archive/2010/10/19/introducin...
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> > This is a 1.5 Ghz chip which incorporates a floating point DSP and a
> > Cortex A8 core with performance up to 1.5Ghz.  From the looks of it,
> > this chip seems to have more or less the same peripherals as the L138
> > too, however, I haven't looked at it in-depth.- Hide quoted text -
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> - Show quoted text -
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