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Anyone knows about ARM9 based development kits?
wuke 
9/7/08 5:49:39 PM
Serf
Hi all
I am a college student, for my next project I would need a more powerful development kit (ARM9) with VGA or TV out and USB for a Web Cam. Does anyone know a (cheap) board with these features, he/she could recommend? thank in advance

Wuke

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Waltish 
10/7/08 7:13:29 AM
Hero
Titan


For this kind of thing, Google really is your friend.


http://www.google.com.au/search?client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla%3Aen-GB%3Aofficial&chann

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wuke 
10/7/08 1:50:52 PM
Serf
Hi everyone~
Hi Waltish!
Thank you! Yesterday I googled and finally found one kit named VGA2410 at www.developmentboard.net . What do you think of it?

I think it would be perfect for me. The board is nice, it meets all of my requiremenst, and contains all the necessary accessaries. The price is reasonable. And the company in China would provide me English instruction files, so I can modify it by myself in the future and learn more about the embedded things.

I found that development kits from China are really cheap, maybe you guys should try this http://www.developmentboard.net next time when you need some boards.

Wuke



Edited by wuke: 10/7/2008 1:51:24 PM

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pwarren 
10/7/08 3:00:32 PM
Overlord

I'm not sure how close this comes to being a development kit, but the software for it is open sourced, as is the toolchain I think. It's the Neuros OSD.

http://wiki.neurostechnology.com/index.php/Neuros_OSD

I have one I'd possibly be willing to part with for cheap.

Hope that helps.

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wuke 
25/8/08 8:10:06 PM
Serf
Quote by pwarren
I'm not sure how close this comes to being a development kit, but the software for it is open sourced, as is the toolchain I think. It's the Neuros OSD.

http://wiki.neurostechnology.com/index.php/Neuros_OSD

I have one I'd possibly be willing to part with for cheap.

Hope that helps.



It seems interesting, though I think it does not help me with my project...
anyway, thank you all the same.
I have bought the [url= http://www.developmentboard.net/index.php/productdetail/Development+boards/ARM9/SAMSUNG/S3C2410/V dev kit[/url] from developmentboard.net, so far it is performing perfect, I love it so much. Thank you guys for information.

Wuke

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