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BeagleBone (all)ΒΆ

BeagleBone boards are intended to be bare-bones, with a balance of features to enable rapid prototyping and provide a solid reference for building end products.

The most popular design is BeagleBone Black, a staple reference for an open hardware embedded Linux single board computer.

BeagleBone AI-64 is our most powerful design with tremendous machine learning inference performance, 64-bit processing and a mixture of microcontrollers for various types of highly-reliable and low-latency control.

For simplicity of developing small, mobile robotics, check out BeagleBone Blue, a highly integrated board with motor drivers, battery support, altimeter, gyroscope, accelerometer, and much more to get started developing quickly.

The System Reference Manual for each BeagleBone board is below. Older boards are supported with links to their latest PDF-formatted System Reference Manual and the latest boards are included both here and in the downloadable beagleboard-docs.pdf linked on the bottom-left of your screen.

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