Seeed Studio J1020 review | TechRadar

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Jump-start your machine learning development with Seeed Studio’s new AI platform. The J1020 is a standalone Linux box that integrates a 128-core GPU with extremely low power consumption. It outperforms a general purpose CPU for tasks that require learning new data sets and detecting or reporting features or outliers of a data stream.

What’s even more impressive is that the platform supports a plethora of communication interfaces that are the bread and butter of the embedded world. You get a number of SPI, I2C, UARTs, and I2S buses, as well as high-speed camera interfaces that support 4K. Together with a powerful Quad-core ARM A57 processor, 4 GB RAM and 16 GB eMMC, it is a great proposition for embedded projects that require a touch of AI or ML.

Seeed Studio J1020: Price and Availability

The Seeed Studio reComputer J1020 is available in a variety of flavors ranging from entry-level with 4GB and SD card to high-end with 16GB of RAM and non-volatile eMMC memory. The processor is a Quad-core ARM with an NVIDIA Maxwell GPU for the low-tier systems and a Hexa-core ARM with an NVIDIA Xavier GPU for the more expensive models. The price varies from $199 (opens in new tab) until $699 (opens in new tab)

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