Processor Intel® Atom® X-series 64 bit 14 nm: Quad Core up to 2.00 GHz
Core 4
Memory LPDDR4 soldered-down memory up to 8GB RAM quad-channel
Graphics Intel® HD Graphics 500 GPU up to 700 MHz 18 execution units
Video Interfaces 1x eDP, 1x miniDP++ connectors
Mass Storage eMMC disk up to 64 GB soldered on board, standard SATA connector, M.2 Key B SSD slot, Micro SD card slot
Networking Gigabit Ethernet connector, M.2 Key E slot for optional Wireless+BT modules, mini SIM connector for use of M.2 Key B modems
USB 2 x USB 3.0 type-A sockets
Audio Microphone + Headphone TRRS combo connector
Multimedia HW Video decode: HEVC (H.265), H.264, JPEG/MJPEG, VP9, MPEG2, VC-1 and WMV9
Serial Ports 2x UART ports
Other Interfaces IR interface - GPIOs - signals on expansion connector
Operating System Windows 10, 8.1, 7 64bit, Linux
Board Dimensions picoITX form factor 72x100 mm (2.83” x 3.93”)


Microcontroller Atmel® ATmega32U4 module
Other Interfaces SPI Flash JTAG connector
Arduino Pinout Easy to use with a custom 2 rows pinout
Expandable with I/O shield to have the standard Arduino Pinout R3
Digital I/O Pins up to 23x digital input/output (7 PWM)
Analog I/O Pins 12 (10 Bits of resolution)

Heads up! The communication between the Apollo Lake SoC and the Microchip ATmega32U4 module comes through a USB interface, exactly like an Arduino™ Leonardo board connected to an external PC.

This page was last updated on Monday, October 24, 2022 at 9:22 AM.