pcDuino3B: Dual-Core ARM-Based Linux Embedded Arduino-Compatible Board

The new pcDuino3B feature an AllWinner A20 SoC 1GHz ARM Cortex A7 dual-core processor, 1GB of DRAM memory and 4GB onboard storage.

The board is targeted for hobbyists and professionals with some experience using operating systems such as Ubuntu and Android. More than that, any user can access functions such as UART, ADC, PWM, GPIO, I2C, and SPI via API using the Arduino-style language.

pcDuino3B also comes with support for programming languages, such as C, C++, Java, and Python. It also supports the Arduino programming language.

The board allows you to attach your favorite Arduino shields without the requirement of any additional accessory. If you want to utilize the built-in features, you need to know that the board is designed with IR receiver, SATA host, USB-OTG, LVDS LCD interface, 10/100/1000 Mbps RJ45 Ethernet connection, MIPI camera interface, 3.5mm audio output, battery header, WiFi, Ethernet and more.

The power requirement is 5V DC with a current output of 2A. The price of pcDuino3B is $59.95, which is on the radar of the Raspberry Pi 2 with a price of around $42.00.


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