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We have a purchase for 125 units. We expect some of these to arrive next on May 5, 2014.

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Description: BeagleBoard-xM delivers extra ARM Cortex-A8 MHz and extra memory with 512MB of low-power DDR RAM, enabling hobbyists, innovators and engineers to go beyond their current imagination and be inspired by the BeagleBoard community. Designed with the community inputs in mind, this open hardware design improves upon the laptop-like performance and expandability, while keeping at hand-held power levels. Direct connectivity is supported by the on-board four-port hub with 10/100 Ethernet, while maintaining a tiny 3.25 x 3.25" footprint.

As with previous BeagleBoard offerings, the BeagleBoard-xM is not intended to be a complete development environment, but rather a community-supported platform that can be used as the basis for building more complete development systems and as a target for community software baselines. Please consider purchasing an evaluation module (EVM) from Texas Instruments or one of the several commercial system-on-module vendors for the device with which you plan to develop if you are building a commercial product.

Note: These have been notoriously hard to get and we get very little margin from them. We are fortunate enough to have any stock of them.

Note: We are now shipping version Rev C of this board.

Features:

  • Super-scalar ARM Cortex-A8
  • 512-MB LPDDR RAM
  • High-speed USB 2.0 OTG port optionally powers the board
  • On-board four-port high-speed USB 2.0 hub with 10/100 Ethernet
  • DVI-D (digital computer monitors and HDTVs)
  • S-video (TV out)
  • Stereo audio out/in
  • High-capacity microSD slot and 4-GB microSD card
  • JTAG
  • Camera port

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Comments 14 comments

  • This is the most metal PCB I have ever seen.

  • Finally. Just in time for someone else to buy it for me.

  • The xM stands for xtra Mighty

  • i hope you get raspberry pi, that will be a selling bomb !!!

  • Since these are out of stock now does that mean when they come back in stock they will be 150$ like everyone else?!

  • Anyone got a handle on where to source the expansion port connectors?
    Initially need access to the camera ports 34 way
    Cheers
    Bruce.

  • I spent a few days trying to fix this board that<br />
    came from sparkfun. The SD card that comes along this<br />
    board from Sparkfun WILL bootup with the user.scr settings with the following item…..<br />
    <br />
    The power supply MUST come from the DC Jack. When I measured the board it peaked at 650mA. So forget the <br />
    USB connector to power the board itself. If you do <br />
    use the USB to power the board you MAY see power cyclesinfinite reboots<br />
    <br />
    The other problem is the stock SD card Just ignore this if you are happy using user.scr. It is not formatted properly. Use ext3 ONLY for the second partition. You can download angstorm to populate your new partition. To use this partition type the<br />
    following into u-bootdon’t use RAMFS to access the 2nd partition <br />
    <br />
    mmc init <br />
    run loaduimage<br />
    run mmcboot<br />
    <br />
    After this enjoy!<br />
    <br />
    to use the dvi pls look at the user.scr for the options to be entered into u-boot<br />
    <br />
    <br />

  • Ouch, the TI EVM (http://focus.ti.com/docs/toolsw/folders/print/tmdxevm3730.html) is $1,500. This is a much better “EVM” as far as costs are concerned.

  • This product is compatible with de beagle-touch??? ( http://bit.ly/9hy34O )

  • I got my xM! Just a note to others : If you are powering it via USB and it doesn’t boot past unzipping the kernel, just restart it. It may take a couple tries but it’ll work. If you don’t like this, get a 5v DC power supply!

  • There was a recent price drop of this (Beagleboard xM) according to beagleboard.org. This thing should be about 149 usd retail. How come this is still 199 usd here?


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