Our customers asked for a smaller Open-Q 820 SOM so the Open-Q uSOM is smaller … 63% smaller.
What are the dimensions?
How did you make it smaller?
- To make the Open-Q 820 uSOM ultra-small we moved from the edge connector on the Open-Q 820 SOM to three compact 100-pin board-to-board connectors on the Open-Q 820 uSOM.
What about peripheral support?
- The only difference is that the Open-Q 820 SOM on-board codec was moved to the carrier board of the Open-Q µ820 SOM to save space. The memory sizes are the same.
What about OS support?
- Our Android releases are in sync.
- Our Linux release is available on the both the Open-Q 820 and Open-Q µ820. Please see note below about Linux and contact sales for more information.
NOTE: If you are considering using Linux on our Open-Q Development Kits, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before making your purchase. Open-Q Linux peripheral support (GPU, DSP, display and camera, etc.) varies depending on the Development Kit.
If you have additional questions, you can post them here or you can contact email@example.com