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Linux on ARMMYIR announced a Linux- and Android-ready COM called the “MYC-AM335X” with six versions of the TI Sitara AM335x SoC, plus a baseboard and touchscreens.

Shenzhen-based MYIR, which recently released a series of low-cost MYC-SAM9X5-V2 computer-on-modules (COMs) based on Atmel’s AT91SAM9X5 system-on-chips, is now taking pre-orders for two versions of a new TI Sitara-based MYC-AM335X COM. Like its Atmel-based cousins, MYIR’s low-end MYC-AM3352 and high-end MYC-AM3359 are each available for $68.

The two available MYC-AM335X COMs, which are equipped with the Texas Instruments Sitara AM3352 and AM3359, respectively, are the only modules that can be bought in single-unit quantities. Modules based on the other four pin-compatible SoCs — the AM3354. AM3356, AM3357, and AM3358 — are offered only as “mass quantity” purchases, says MYIR.


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