BeagleV is a $150 RISC-V Laptop Designed To Run Linux



New submitter shoor writes: Seeed Studios — the makers of the Odyssey mini-PC — have teamed up with well-known SBC vendor BeagleBoard to provide an inexpensive RISC-V system designed to run Linux. The brand new BeagleV (pronounced “Beagle 5”) system encompasses a dual-core, 1GHz RISC-V CPU made by StarFive — one among a community of RISC-V startups created by better-known RISC-V vendor SiFive. The CPU relies on two of SiFive’s U74 Normal Cores — and in contrast to easier microcontroller-only designs, it encompasses a MMU and all the opposite trimmings essential to run full-fledged fashionable working methods corresponding to Linux distributions. StarFive’s VIC7100 processor design is aimed toward edge AI duties in addition to general-purpose computing. Along with the 2 RISC-V CPU cores, it encompasses a Tensilica Imaginative and prescient VP6 DSP for machine-vision purposes, a Neural Community Engine, and a single-core NVDLA (Nvidia Deep Studying Accelerator) engine.

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