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+ - SolidRun introduces world's first ARM-based platform with 2GB DDR3 memory->

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dotarray (1747900) writes "SolidRun Ltd has officially announced a new model CuBox. The popular, open source miniature computer platform now packs twice the memory into a sleek, slim package. Still just a mere 2 inches cubed and weighing 91 grams (3.2oz), the new CuBox Pro boasts a full 2GB of DDR3 RAM, wrapped in a re-designed body.

This upgrade means the CuBox Pro is the first — and so far only — ARM-based open source development platform that supports 2GB of DDR3 memory."

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SolidRun introduces world's first ARM-based platform with 2GB DDR3 memory

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