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Radxa’s new product for single-board computers. The CPU is ARM Cortex-A9 processor running from 324Mhz to 1.6Ghz, and can balancing between performance and power saving. It integrate with full interfaces, all ways to connect like Wifi, Bluetooth, HDMI, USB, Spdif, MIC and TF Card.
As a barebones single-board computer, the key feature for 80 pins 2.54mm 2.54mm extension headers, you can easily connect rock with breadboard or other sensor boards.
Difference between rock and rock pro:
Add LVDS interface (FPC connector at the bottom of the board)
Add touch panel interface
Add CSI interface for camera module
Add speaker driver circuit on board
Other remain the same as rock
ARM Cortex-A9, Quad Core at RK3188 SoC
Supported Bluetooth 4.0, WIFI, LAN
USB Host and USB OTG
HDMI, supported 1080@60Hz
Supported Linux, Android, FreeBSD
8GB Nand Flash On-board
The Package includes:
Radxa rock main board x 1
Wifi anternna x 1
DC to USB power cable x 1
Full transparent case x 1
ARM Cortex-A9 quad core @ 1.6 Ghz
2GB DDR3 @ 800Mhz
8GB Nand Flash, Micro-SD SDXC up to 128GB
Display and Graphics
Mali400-mp4 @ 533Mhz, OpenGL ES 2.0
HDMI 1.4 up to 1080 @ 60hz
10/100M Ethernet port
150Mbps 802.11b/g/n with antenna
S/PDIF, headphone jack
2 USB 2.0 standard A types
USB OTG micro-USB connector
Serial Console for debugging
Support self-defined IR remote
1 power key. 1recovery key, 1 reset key
3 programable leds
Support power off alarm
80 pins including GPIO, I2C, SPI, Line in, USB 2.0, PWM, ADC, LCD, etc
Source code available
It provide source code with all the history for you to customize. Visit https://github.com/radxa to view the source code.
Radxa provide the schematic, datasheet and more documents about the board. Visit http://dl.radxa.com/rock/docs/hw/ to download the documents.
If you want to learn and share your knowledge, please contribute to the wiki. If you have any technical problem, please contact support(at)radxa.com.