Re: development board?
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On Fri, Jul 20, 2012 at 11:38:17AM +0000, John Long wrote: > If this is too expensive or you really prefer a dev board instead of an SBC > then what about MIPS Malta? They don't list the price on their site but it > is supposed to be a good board with good doc and I believe various BSD > support it in addition to Linux. > http://www.mips.com/products/development-kits/ The Malta is very expensive and also is a very old design. On top of that a Malta is just an ATX-format base board which needs a CPU card. A typical CPU card contains one or two of the biggest FPGAs money can buy so the CPU itself can be replaced by loading a bitfile. That is very appealing to hardware developers but the FPGA dictate a very juicy price. Ralf
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