Radxa Rock is a single-board computer, based on RK3188, integrated with Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi, LAN, RTC, IR and etc. The CPU is ARM Cortex-A9 with Quad-core at 1.6Ghz, and also including GPU that support OpenGL ES 2.0. It means you play 1080p videos, and output with HDMI.
There are 8GB flash internal storage, also can be expanded via MicroSD card that supports SDXC cards up to 128GB. As a barebones single-board computer, the key feature for developers however will be the dual 40-pin headers that provide a range of extra goodies including ‘GPIO, I2C, SPI, Line in, USB 2.0, PWM, ADC, LCD, GPS’ and more.
The Radxa Rock is shipped with Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean) and Ubuntu/Linaro 13.09 dual boot on the NAND flash (on-board storage) and it works out of the box. Let's read Radxa Rock Getting Started Guide and hook everything up and start playing with the board.Once you get started, you can flash latest Android image and several Linux images. You can also build your own Android, build your own kernel, build your own Ubuntu root file system, or whatever you want.
- Add LVDS interface(FPC connector at the bottom of the board)
- Add touch panel interface
- Add CSI interface for camera module Audio S/PDIF, headphone jack
- Add speaker driver circuit on board
- Internet of Things
- Robotics controller
- Mini server,miniPC
- Wireless router
- Power consumption requierments: 5V2A
- Dimensions: 10x8cm (4"x3.1"), about 1.2cm (0.5") tall
- Compatibility: android, linux
- Wiki Doc
- Radxa Product Page
- Radxa Software and hardware
- Tom Cubie's Unboxing Radxa Rock (3'30")
- RK3188 Datasheet
- Radxa rock x1
- Wireless antenna x1
- Power cable x1
- Transparent case x1