Taipei, Thursday, November 23, 2017 21:12 (GMT+8)
Act Power Project X
Photo: Company [Jun 21, 2017]

Act Power's Project-X series developer boards allow makers to skip the process of hardware development and tweaking, thanks to a standardized mezzanine connector. This enables quick prototyping and testing of the features one needs, on an already tested and proven hardware platform.

Act Power offers a range of mezzanine boards. Project-X is suited for anything from prototype runs to smaller pre-production runs, through to full-scale production. The first Project-X board, unveiled at Computex 2017, is an entry-level PICO-ITX based board with an ARM Cortex-A7 processor. A higher-end solution based on an Intel Atom processor is planned for later in the year, the company said.

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