LattePanda 1st Gen, Delta, and Alpha in Review — *Revisited
Hello, LattePanda community and makers!
We’ve found that all of our friends who would like to become part of the community and purchase their first panda want to look over all of the specs of each LattePanda Single Board Computer (LP SBC).
Look no further:
Each of the members of the panda family have their own powerful intel core processor and boast a versatile ATMega32u4 co-processor, meaning that it also carries the full functionality of an Arduino Leonardo board. In addition, these SBC’s all carry your standard ports that your regular computer requires: HDMI port, USB ports, Ethernet port, MicroSD card slot, 3.5 mm audio jack, and even a USB type-c port. Finally, these SBC boards offer connectivity with Arduino expansion shields and Gravity connectors.
Where LattePanda Beats Out the Competition
It should be noted that the LattePanda SBC was one of the first SBC’s to support official versions of the Windows operating systems. Additionally, the Delta and Alpha SBC’s offer 100 GPIO pins to allow the SBC to interface with many connectors, sensors, and equipment for your many intense projects. Even if the 1st Generation board’s 20 GPIO pins are not enough, you can buy an Arduino expansion shield board to supply you with even more GPIO pins. Lastly, the superior processor and storage of the alpha have been difficult for competitors to contend with when developing their own SBC boards without having to set the price point higher than the Alpha itself.
When you need a small Windows SBC to power your maker or IoT Hub project, look no further than the LattePanda.
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