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Miniand Breadboard vs IO Cubie baseboard, anyone know the difference?

Started by wilsoncr, August 22, 2013, 11:04:54 pm

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wilsoncr

I am interested in a bread/base board for connecting a display via LVDS but Miniand offers little info on their product ( https://www.miniand.com/products/Cubieboard%20A20%20Dev%20Board )and IO tech's baseboard ( https://store.iotllc.com/product.php?productid=3&cat=0&featured=Y ) which has more detail but also more costly.

Anyone know how these boards compare? or whether there are specs out for the Miniand board?

omfgdude

A bread board is not going to come equipped with LVDS connectors, or much of anything. It's so you can solder in your own baseboard features. 

The baseboard has what you need for LVDS compatibility

wilsoncr

Cheers, I have both boards now and you are correct.

When i had inquired to Miniand about their breadboard specs they had linked me to IO tech's board and said their board was identical. Which it isnt.

sagarzz

Quote from: wilsoncr on October 02, 2013, 08:01:42 pm
Cheers, I have both boards now and you are correct.

When i had inquired to Miniand about their breadboard specs they had linked me to IO tech's board and said their board was identical. Which it isnt.


could you please elaborate which board is better.. And there differences
thanks