The new Gizmo 2 platform is the second-generation x86-based DIY single-board-computer (SBC) from Gizmosphere. Expanding on the community’s first platform, Gizmo 2 merges a 60 percent performance increase coupled with power-consumption decrease with direct access to a wide range of interfaces − GPIO, ADC/DAC, PWM, I2C, SPI, USB, SATA and PCIe – plus an updated selection of peripheral interfaces, including the much-requested HDMI dedicated port, an mSATA port for connecting SSDs, and a microSD card slot.
Built upon the CPU and GPU technology behind today’s leading video game consoles, data centers and PCs, and coupled with a complete open-source development ecosystem, the limitations of Gizmo 2 are only bound by your imagination.
An x86 open source initiative. A community of developers. An embedded design environment. GizmoSphere is all that, accessed through one convenient portal. Launched in 2012 by semiconductor giant Advanced Micro Devices and open source firmware solutions provider Sage Electronic Engineering to support embedded developers everywhere, GizmoSphere provides resources that spark design innovation.