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This kit is small, smaller than a credit card at only 1.8 in x 3.0 in. That means you can put it inside some pretty small projects. It is bread board friendly, so you can quickly connect it to a shield or to a bread board.
The Spartan6 LX9 FPGA from Xilinx, one of the best FPGAs on the market.
An on-board USB JTAG Programmer to power and program your FPGA with any open source programmer, like the one inside our own Scarab IDE.
An on board USB interface that powers the board and allows communication with the PC at speeds up to 480Mbps. (That’s fast enough to make a logic analyzer. Check our website for updates on projects and tutorials).
An on-board HDMI port. Instead of using VGA output on your projects, now you can go HDMI.
An 8-channel analog to digital converter running at 1 MSPS with 8 bit resolution. So you can start connecting real world sensors to your FPGA kit.
Memory: 32MB of SDRAM, 64Mbit of SPI Flash and a microSD card interface.
A stereo audio output jack using 1-bit sigma-delta DAC to start playing your music.
24 Digital I/O pins.