Beagle boards are tiny computers with all the capability of today’s desktop machines, without the bulk, expense, or noise. Read the step-by-step getting started tutorial below to begin developing with your BeagleBone or BeagleBone Black in minutes
The BeagleBone Black is the low-cost, high-expansion, maker-focused, bare-bones BeagleBoard, small enough to fit in an Altoids tin. Built on a high-performance TI ARM processor, the BBONE-BLACK-4G has all the capabilities of the original Beaglebone plus additional features like HDMI output. The Element 14 BeagleBone Black brings full-featured Linux to places it has never gone before.
Revision C offers expanded eMMC memory to 4GB and Debian Linux instead of the original Angstrom distribution
In the box
(1)BeagleBone Black board,
(1)card that should be read.
Processor ◦1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 (AM335x)
◦3D graphics accelerator
◦NEON floating-point accelerator
◦2x PRU 32-bit microcontrollers
◦USB client: power, debug and device
◦Micro HDMI output
◦2x 46 pin headers- 2x I2C, 5x UART, I2S, SPI, CAN, 66x 3.3V GPIO, 7x ADC
◦4Gb Embedded MMC Flash with Debian Distribution
◦size: 3.4" x 2.1"