October 16, 2010
about 5 months ago
I followed the getting started guide for the arduino board and it work (skipped the arduino parts). You can power it from USB alone via the otg port, but external power is necessary for running as a USB host. 7-15 Vdc on J21 or a LiPo cell on J2 (iirc - check the schematic).
I don’t think there’s any connector, but you could solder wires to another connector or larger breadboard. They’re a standard 0.1" grid
More helpful details: https://communities.intel.com/mobile/mobile-access.jspa#jive-content?inbox=false&content=%2Fapi%2Fcore%2Fv3%2Fcontents%2F275807&anchor=%2Fapi%2Fcore%2Fv3%2Fmessages%2F253180&mentionType=none&inboxId=2-252414&fromStream=true
Here are the schematics for this board: https://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-23323 –
Intel’s hardware guide doesn’t tell you enough
about 6 months ago
I got my preorder in! Do you sell the mating 70-pin connector by itself?
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about 2 years ago
Nice! Just one thing: “the toolkit is currently only available on Linux and iOS” – I think that should be OSX, not iOS.
about 4 years ago
yep, wondering the same thing… I’m thinking of incorporating this into a design but am wondering what the future availability will be – is SparkFun just not ordering enough at a time, or is this product actually hard to get?
No public wish lists :(
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