Chip maker Qualcomm has introduced a new credit card-sized developer board called the DragonBoard 410c. which is basically a tiny single-board computer featuring a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor.

That’s a mid-range, 64-bit chip which is currently used in a number of budget smartphones. The DragonBoard 410c is designed as an affordable tool developers can use to create applications and hardware that will work with Qualcomm’s chipset.

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Qualcomm says the developer board supports Android and Linux and it could be used to develop products for robotics, cameras, signage, vending machines, internet-of-things devices and more.

The board itself features Qualcomm’s 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex-A53 quad-core processor with 400 MHz Adreno 306 graphics, support for 533 MHz LPDDR2/3 memory, and eMMC 4.51 and micro SD 3.0 storage.

It has an HDMI port, two USB 2.0 ports, a micro USB OTG port, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth, FM Radio, and GPS. There’s support for a 13MP camera, and 60-pin and 40-pin expansion connectors. The DragonBoard 410c is also compatible with Arduino when you use a mezzanine board.

The DragonBoard 410c is the latest board designed to meet Linaro’s 96boards specification.

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via Qualcomm

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