MSC Embedded Inc.'s Qseven Starter Kit

The new Qseven Starter Kit with AMD embedded G-Series APU, says its producer MSC Embedded Inc., frequently will be used to drive an LCD output. The MSC Q7-SK-A50M-EP4 Starter Kit consists of MSC's 3.5" Qseven baseboard Q7-MB-EP4 with heatspreader and heatsink and an integrated power supply with cable kit. The kit comes with a ready-to-run Linux installation in Flash Disk to enable an out-of-the-box functional experience. An optional TFT kit is available, which provides for a 12.1" LCD panel with XGA resolution (1024 x 768), the appropriate cable kit for operation off the Qseven baseboard and full implementation in the Qseven module's Graphics BIOS. Users can select the Qseven module with the most suitable processor and clock speed from the MSC range of Q7-A50M modules: AMD G-T40E Dual-Core APU or AMD G-T40R Single-Core APU with optional 7.2GB Flash Disk or AMD G-T16R Single-Core APU.

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