Rockville, MD (August 29, 2013) – InHand Electronics, a leading original design manufacturer (ODM) of low-power embedded systems and rugged device designs for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) has introduced their latest off-the-shelf single board computer (SBC), the Fury-F6 (FF6). The Android system is based on Freescale’s i.MX 6 Cortex™-A9 processor. The i.MX 6 is outfitted with an array of multi-media tools that enable full-frame rate high definition video (1080p30) including: NEON media processing engine, hardware accelerated codecs, and OpenGL 3-D graphics accelerator. The compact SBC is 2.5 inches per side and offers a wide range of peripherals including: USB, Ethernet, serial ports, camera, display, and wireless interfaces.
In addition to standard peripherals, the semi-customizable board offers configuration options, including a dual or quad core processor,1/2/4 GB DDR3, and 16/32 GB eMMC NAND flash. A single core version, Siren-F6, is also available. InHand also offers custom engineering and design services to OEMs requiring unique, low-power solutions based on the i.MX 6 processor.
“We’re excited to introduce the Fury-F6 to our line of low-power single board computers and looking forward to the opportunities and solutions it will help to create for OEMs” stated Carlos Valeiras, CEO of InHand Electronics. “The expanded feature set and increased performance power of the i.MX 6-based board allows users to do more without sacrificing power or size, which allows InHand to create better custom designs.”
Additional information and complete specs can be found here.
InHand Electronics, Inc. is an original design manufacturer of single board computers and rugged handhelds for original equipment manufacturers. InHand’s products are used in a variety of markets including: military, healthcare, industrial, entertainment, and instrumentation. Designs include: UMPCs, PDAs, wearable computers, tablets, handheld control systems, industrial computers and smart sensors. InHand’s products are built on industry-leading technologies such as: Freescale, Intel, Texas Instruments, and Marvell processors and Android, Linux, Ubuntu, and Microsoft operating systems. InHand’s engineering services include: customization of electronics and software, packaging for ruggedization and private labeling, product life cycle management, program management from conceptualization through new product introduction, and product manufacturing. InHand is an ITAR registered company whose products are designed and assembled in the USA. The company’s headquarters are located along the I-270 Technology Corridor in Rockville, Maryland.