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THE ORIGEN BOARD
Origen board is low cost Evaluation board based on Exynos 4210, the first ARM Cortex-A9 dual coreSoC (System On Chip) which is made by Samsung System LSI. Origen board is designed for easier and quick develops “Highly efficient multimedia device” like Android Tablet, PMP, IP set-top box, Mobile Phone. Origen board used peripherals easy apply to portable device for check the various function of Exynos 4210 on embedded environment.
Origen board is composed of CPU module and base board for providing inexpensive test environment to your peripherals base on Exynos 4210.
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FEATURES OF ORIGEN BOARD
•Linux Kernel 22.214.171.124
•Android 2.3 Gingerbread
•Samsung Exynos4210 Cortext-A9 dualcore 1.0GHz
•Samsung DDR3 1GB
•Samsung(SEMCO) SWB-A31 WiFi/Bluetooth
•Realtek ALC5625 D
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