JPR stocks up on LattePanda Windows 10 single board computer

Distributor JPR Electronics can now supply the LattePanda Windows 10 single board computer (SBC) from stock. The SBC includes all the advantages of a regular PC and can do anything that a regular PC does, says the distributor. It is compatible with a variety of devices and gadgets including printers, joysticks and cameras. Any peripherals that work on a conventional PC will work on a LattePanda, says JPR,

The LattePanda SBC comes pre-installed with a full, pre-activated version of Windows 10, allowing the installation of various tools including Visual Studio, NodeJS and Java. Using existing APIs, system designers can develop  bespoke software and hardware projects on a LattePanda in the same way as on a regular PC, using major software suites including C#, Javascrip and Ruby.

The LattePanda also includes an integrated Arduino compatible co-processor, which allows it to control and sense the physical world.  This opens up application areas to Windows and Internet of Things developers, education and home computer users, interactive systems designers and robotics developers.

The LattePanda features a complete Windows 10 IOS system. A whole host of software resources and a mature Windows ecosystem are available to designers to help make sure the LattePanda adds accessibility and power to  system designs.

Turbocharged with an Intel Quad Core 1.8GHz processor, 2-4GB RAM and 32-64GB on-board flash memory, JPR says LattePanda can easily carry out image recognition and real-time CNC control.

Key features include: Intel Cherry Trail Z8350 Quad Core 1.8GHz processor,  pre-installed full edition of Windows 10 Operating System, 2GB DDR3L Ram,

32GB storage capability, Intel HD graphics, 12 EUs @200-500MHz, single-channel memory GPU, one USB3.0 port and two USB 2.0 ports, WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0, built-in Arduino Co-processor: ATmega32u4.

Connectivity and HMI options include: Video output, HDMI and MIPI-DSI, On-board touch panel overlay connector, supports 100 megabits per second Ethernet, GPIO (6 GPIOs from Cherry Trail processor and 20 GPIOs from Arduino Leonardo processor) and six plug and play gravity sensor connectors

Power requirements are 5v/2A and PC dimensions are 88 x70 mm.

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