Linux kit for Unicon mobile systems
by Andy Oram
The kit is apparently not open source, but is shipped with a device for $599.
They list a wide range of software features in a PDF comparsion sheet, including localization and support for various software development practices, such as rapid prototyping.
The device, built around a ARM9 S3C240A 266-MHz chip, offers such amenities as stereo audio inputs and outputs, Wi-Fi, and a color touch screen. Its graphics are based on Nano-X.
|I finally got the MKit! Looks cool but is a fragile thing. Need to be very careful assembling the kit. Otherwise I am very excited! LCD with one-board Linux computer is amazing! CD has nice development chain 2.6.19. I will keep posting when I have more progress...|