AAEON, a Taiwanese maker of industrial computers and an associate company of Asus, has revealed the UP Xtreme i12 (opens in new tab) developer board, a curious mix of an Alder Lake processor with a 40-pin GPIO connector rather similar to that seen on Raspberry Pi (opens in new tab) boards, and is allegedly compatible with Raspberry Pi HATs . Bringing #12thGen Intel® Core™ power, onboard #LPDDR5, and wider expansion support, the UP Xtreme i12 sets a new standard for power, speed, and AI performance.Find out more from our latest press release: https://t.co/AzB0p6jVp0 pic.twitter.com/CitPhWRGlG December 7, 2022 See more At least, that's the claim. Compatibility will be a mixture of hardware and software support, and there’s a list of tested HATs on GitHub (opens in new tab) , including some from Adafruit and PiFace. The tested HATs all appear to be I2C and SPI based devices. You can add screens, accelerometers, stepper motor control, and Grove sensors through those spiky pins. It is not impossible to use another HAT with this or other SBCs, but you will need to do a lot of work port libraries and code to make it work. Elsewhere, the board is a more conventional Intel-based… Read full this story
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