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dev board with 3 or more mipi-csi

Yes, I was looking for the same requirement last month, I found e-con Systems who make cameras for NVIDIA Jetson TX1. They have a 360degree solution for TX1. I can see that they run 6 MIPI CSI-2 ...
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SBC for educational purposes

A quick search shows you might have some luck with Beaglebone or Beagleboard with regards to emulation. OTOH those boards are cheaper then most JTAG debuggers. I know of three companies manufacturing ...
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Embedded board for Qt/QML

I've successfully written and ran a Qt/QML application (albeit with a simple interface) on a custom baseboard for the CM3 running Raspbian Lite without X. Not through framebuffer but using the VC .sos ...
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What is the best choice for car speedometer?

I was wondering how the real systems do start immediately? They don't? A simple Google search reveals, for instance, that Tesla boot time is ways longer than the one of a Raspberry Pi. I'm not even ...
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Sensible embedded board and SIM module to switch heating on and off in response to text messages

Have a look at this: https://store.open-electronics.org/index.php?route=offers/salescombopge&page_id=6 Its from a quick Google search. A plus of going with a Pi is having ModemManager (software ...
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Small computer with RS-232 and Ethernet

Another possible solution, if you need even less processing power and more cost savings, might be the ALIX.3D2. This is a dev board which supports linux and runs an AMD Geode x86 processor at 500mhz - ...
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Small computer with RS-232 and Ethernet

One solution with which I am familiar is to buy an older thin client such as the HP t5740e WES. This machine is low-power and fairly cheap, but it has your RS-232 and ethernet as required. It also ...
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Wearable platform with display

$14.95 will get you this: It has a plug & play Grove connector, so you can easily add on GPS for a further $12. If you can live without GPS, or can solder, then I also recommend LilyGo. They have ...
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Cheapest x86 machine?

Atomic Pi, ~$35 on Amazon. Runs an Atom X5 Z3850 CPU (quadcore, with 2GB of RAM, and 16GB SSD), very energy efficient. Good for Linux, not Windows.
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Cheapest x86 machine?

You can buy used. For example, This - HP DC7800 Ultra Small Form Factor Desktop Computer (Refurbished) - is an extremely cheap x86 platform that does actually have some upgrade potential. It costs $50,...
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