Bug Labs develops and sells open-source hardware peripherals for rapid prototyping of electronic devices. The company developed a Lego-like hardware platform that technology enthusiasts, hobbyists and engineers can use to create their own digital devices.
A selection of key BUGbase 2.0 features:
- Texas Instruments OMAP3530 processor with ARM Cortex A-8 running at 600 MHz
- 3.5mm stereo out headphone
- Mini-USB port can be used in Host or OTG mode
- 30-pin BUGstinger connector (USB host, ethernet, serial port replicator)
- 2 MicroSD slots; one each for system and user
- 1 dedicated slot for display-related BUGmodules (BUGview, BUGvideo)
- 3 available slots for BUGmodules (includes I2C, I2S, SPI, UART and JTAG/ICE support)
- 4 status LEDs (i.e. WiFi, Bluetooth, battery & logo)
- User programmable button
- 802.11b Wi-Fi (supports mesh, AP, ad-hoc, managed modes)
- Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR wireless technology
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