At the minute things are up in the air, so it is certainly possible. But I can't really say anything else.A_SN said:There's just one thing I'd like you to make clear, honnestly, is there a chance that the i.MX31 actually makes it to the final product?
Well, it stands a much better chance of doing it than the 2+, as it has a full hardware floating point unit, a 530Mhz clock speed, and, at first glance, faster memory.Javacat said:So can the MX31 do N64? :lol:
Unit price of the SoC is only one of the items, there are many other things to complete yet before a final decision can be made. Although we have a price, the 2+ may still be a more attractive option.Javacat said:I sense that a few people are going to be a bit pissed now that Squidge has given that price, if we do end up being stuck with the MMSP2+ h34r:
It would also be great if the new device wouldn't run it's own operating system but a standard embedded Linux system
Your reason being? I see no advantage. A version of Linux specifically ported to that device would offer all the same benefits?
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