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  • ASUS N5105I-IM-A - A Jasper Lake mini-ITX motherboard with Celeron N5105 SoC - CNX Software

    ASUS has unveiled, or rather inadvertently leaked, what may be the first Jasper Lake mini-ITX motherboard. following Intel Jasper Lake processors launch last January and a few mini PCs and 2-in-1s were introduced in recent months.

    ASUS N5105I-IM-A mini-ITX industrial motherboard is equipped with an Intel Celeron N5105 quad-core Jasper Lake processor with two SO-DIMM slots, VGA, HDMI, LVDS, PCIe 3.0/2.0 x1, mini PCIe, eight USB interfaces, six serial interfaces, as well as 12V DC input and output.

  • Raspberry Pi Display Driver Patches Updated For 4K@60Hz Support - Phoronix

    Work continues on getting the Broadcom VC4 kernel Direct Rendering Manager (DRM) driver into shape for being able to support 4K display outputs at 60Hz.

    For a while now Maxime Ripard has been working to improve the VC4 DRM driver to be able to drive HDMI outputs from the Raspberry Pi with 4K at 60Hz. Those patches have now been revised a seventh time in updating against the latest DRM-Misc-Next state and a minor code change. This [email protected] support is only for the HDMI on the Raspberry Pi 4 and newer.

  • Waterproof Apollo Lake gateway has M.2 and GPS support

    dvantech’s Apollo Lake based UNO-430 offers a watertight IP69K/68-rated enclosure. Features include M.2 sockets for WiFi, LTE and GPS. You also get 2x GbE, 3x COM and an -40 to 70°C operating temperature.

    Advantech has announced its UNO-430-E1A, a gateway designed for operation in harsh outdoor/industrial environments. The gateway provides all-around IP69K/68-rated ingress protection and cable gland I/O connectors. This results in a truly watertight system that can withstand the most demanding applications, according to Advantech. The system embeds an Apollo Lake Atom E3950 Quad-core processor and supports Advantech Linux (Ubuntu 18.04) or Windows 10 Ent. LTSC. Wireless connectivity is done through standard M.2 2230 WiFi and M.2 3052/3042 5G/LTE sockets.

Raspberry Pi 4 Graphics Driver Update Improves 4K Output

  • Raspberry Pi 4 Graphics Driver Update Improves 4K Output

    The Raspberry Pi 4 has been the main topic of many electronics hobbyists and a plethora of software developers that love the platform. The Raspberry Pi 4 introduced two micro HDMI ports, with a single port offering 4k 60 Hz, and both ports providing up to 4k 30 Hz. According to the latest round of patches submitted by Maxime Ripard, we are soon going to receive improved support for 4K 60 Hz resolution using Broadcom VC4 processor and HDMI.

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