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UDOO: Android Linux Arduino in a tiny single-board computer

A project in Boston, MA by UDOO
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UDOO takes your DIY projects to the next level and it's a powerful tool for education and creativity.
Backers: 4172
Average Pledge Per Backer: $154

Funded: $641,614 of $27,000
Dates: Apr 9th -> Jun 8th (60 days)
Project By: UDOO
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Latest News

10 Hot New Boards to Watch

June 10th - via: blog.makezine.com
Over the last few months there have been a sudden rush of new micro-controller boards onto the market. Here are 10 hot boards to watch. (Read More)

Thank YOU!

June 7th - via: kickstarter.com

Bluetooth stretch goal achieved!

June 7th - via: kickstarter.com
Many thanks everybody! Thanks to all of you who helped us spread the world, thanks to the new backers who pledged the project this week! Your support made it real! In 7 days we moved from the first stretch goal of 500k to the second (and last)... (Read More)

Help UDOO spread the word!

June 5th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi kickstarters! With just 3 days to go and 40k still missing to the bluetooth stretch goal, we have a big challenge to deal with! Although it seems really hard to accomplish, it's not impossible: the last weekend we raised 45k in two days, just... (Read More)

Progress report

June 5th - via: kickstarter.com
Just a quick progress report to let you know where we're at now. Hardware and software UDOO rev. C will be ready by next week with all the updates involved into the 500k stretch goal: S/PDIF digital audio in & out through pin headers; ... (Read More)

It's Bluetooth time!

June 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
The first stretch goal has been reached, now it's time to concentrate on the bluetooth! We know that 600k it's a really big challenge with only 6 days to go, but we rely on you and we believe that also this second stretch goal will be achieved!!... (Read More)

First stretch goal achieved!

June 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Amazing! We reached this incredible milestone of $500k and UDOO rev. C will be a reality!! Rev. C will features: S/PDIF digital audio in & out through pin headers; I2S/AC97/SSI digital audio multiplexer through pin headers; FlexCAN (Flexible... (Read More)

GPIO: a closer comparison with other boards.

May 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
Seems that the comparison table between UDOO and Beaglebone Black, Wandboard, Odroid-X2 and Raspberry, has started an interesting discussion about the GPIO.  UDOO has 76 fully available GPIO: 62 are only digital while 14 can be configured to work as... (Read More)

UDOO vs. Beaglebone Black vs. Wandboard vs. Odroid-X2 vs. Raspberry Pi

May 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
Here we are with a features comparison table between UDOO and other boards available on the market. Finally! Full res version: PNG or PDF Keep in mind that having a compatible Arduino board embedded is a huge plus for UDOO that no one feature at the... (Read More)

UDOO Yocto Project

May 13th - via: kickstarter.com
Another great update for you, kickstarters! Our team has chosen to distribute Yocto file system with QT graphical interface to supply a concrete example of complete embedded system you can adopt in UDOO board. There are a lot of advantage in... (Read More)

UDOO LVDS + HDMI

May 13th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello Kickstarters! Just a quick update to show our progress. This video shows one UDOO QUAD driving two displays at the same time. On the left we have a LVDS screen (15,6" - resolution 1366x768) which shows a H.264 video playback, while on the right... (Read More)

5 Linux Projects to Watch on Kickstarter

May 10th - via: linux.com
Spend five minutes browsing the tech press and there's a very good chance you'll come upon Kickstarter. Gone are the days when products had to be at least on the verge of release for them to get publicity; today, anyone with a cool idea can post it on Kickstarter—or one of its many clones--spread the word, and start raking in the cash they need to make it happen. (Read More)

Announcing our Stretch Goals!

May 9th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello Kickstarters! Since the project launch, we have been receiving a huge amount of private messages and comments with your enthusiastic questions and suggestions.Requests for stretch goals were countless!! We waited so much to announce stretch... (Read More)

Help us spread the word and win a UDOO T-shirt!!

May 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Hi everybody! We achieved our goal in 2 days only and after this, UDOO has experienced its momentum in the first 2 weeks reaching the unbelievable amount of $270K in just 15 days: that's 1000% the goal! UDOO reached its goal and this will make it... (Read More)

UDOO test: a sneak preview!

April 27th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi backers! We reached the 300k milestone, so here there is a little gift for you. Although we're are still working with UDOO rev. B, which isn't the final release, we are already doing tests and benchmarks in order to stress out the GPU and the CPU.... (Read More)

UDOO's block diagram: how the CPUs communicate.

April 16th - via: kickstarter.com
How the two processors communicate? This is one of the most recurring questions we received during this week. For this purpose we worked on this post where you will find all the answers to your questions about this topic. Below there are the possible... (Read More)

UDOO rev. B

April 16th - via: kickstarter.com
We just got our hands on UDOO rev. B! A quick update about UDOO's project timeline: from today we're working on the second generation of prototypes in which some of the hardware issues we found in rev. A are already been solved. Stay tuned! UDOO team... (Read More)

100k milestone

April 16th - via: kickstarter.com
UDOO reached a huge milestone: 100k! What a ride it has been so far!! After the surprise of being funded in just 2 days, we reached this amazing milestone in less than a week (6 days and few hours actually). Of course we have always believed in... (Read More)

UDOO and Raspberry Pi: a comparison between processors

April 11th - via: kickstarter.com
Since UDOO is a mini-computer as well as the famous Raspberry Pi, the comparison comes natural, and what is more evident it’s the difference about prices: $25/$35 vs. $99/$119 (respectively for the DUAL core and for the QUAD core version of... (Read More)

UDOO Android/Linux box conquers Kickstarter, bridges the gap between Arduino and Raspberry Pi

April 11th - via: phonearena.com
UDOO is an extremely interesting project aiming to bridge the gap between Arduino micro-controllers and the Raspberry Pi single-board computer. It is the best of both worlds supporting simple management of sensors and the flexibility a having a full-fledged computer. Right now, a $99 pledge is the minimum if you want to get the actual UDOO single-board computer. The project aims to ship the actual boards to customers in September 2013. (Read More)

27k goal!

April 10th - via: kickstarter.com
We did it and we did it fast! Faster than expected! We are really excited about this result that UDOO has achieved in less than two days!! Now is time to go back to work, but being funded is a great feeling. UDOO team  (Read More)

DUAL or QUAD core? Take them both!

April 9th - via: kickstarter.com
Can't choose your UDOO? Dual or quad core? Take them both! We got lot of messages about how to get both versions, dual and quad core, so we just added two new rewards: $238 DUAL + QUAD UDOO - Get one UDOO DUAL core version with WiFi module and... (Read More)

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