Intended applications are drones, robots, as peers or M2M nodes in distributed systems for security or information display.
Powered by a dual-core Allwinner A20 SoC, it is a two-board stack with 8Gbyte of on-board NAND flash, 10/100Mbit/s Ethernet, SATA, CAN, USB, micro SD , multiple IOs and real-time clock with on-board battery and wake capability.
A Kickstarter campaign has been launched.
“Post campaign, a road map of hardware products for the Virtualette range is planned,” said the firm. “This includes future quad-core and octo-core versions, an add-on FPGA-based development board, a desktop platform, video adaptor interfaces and an all-in-one peripheral board to embed V1 inside a slimline display case.”
Vital statistics are 76 x 37 x 18m and 39g.
Photo from Kickstarter campaign