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UP2 (UP Squared) is an ultra compact single board computer with high performance and low power consumption. It features the latest Intel Apollo Lake Celeron and Pentium Processors with only 4W of Scenario Design Power and a powerful and flexible Intel FPGA Altera MAX 10 onboard.

Aiming to bridge the gap between makers and industrial markets, the UP team challenged ourselves yet again to bring a cost effective board in x86 architecture by adding some form factor creativity and increasing elements in embedded flavors.
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Manufacturer UP Board
SoC Intel Pentium N4200
CPU Intel "Apollo Lake" (64-bit)
2.5GHz quad core
GPU Intel HD Graphics 505
RAM Built-in, 8GB
Internal storage 64GB
SD card
USB host 5 USB ports
USB revision 3x 3.0 + 2x 2.0 (via header)
USB OTG port
Ethernet 2 ports
Type: Gigabit
Wake-on-LAN    Not supported
HDMI 2 port (audio supported)
Composite (CVBS)
Display interfaces LVDS
Audio output Analog:
I2S: 1 interface
Audio input Line In:
Mic In:
Built-in Microphones:
SATA 1 port
IR receiver
Real time clock (RTC)
Other I/O GPIO: 100 pins
ADC: 4 pins
PWM: 2 pins
SPI: Supported, 1 interface
I2C: Supported, 3 interface
UART: Supported, 2 interface
Other interfaces - Altera Max 10 FPGA
- Embedded DisplayPort connector
- Raspberry Pi compatible header
- 60-pin EXHAT connector controlled by Altera FPGA and the Intel processor
- M.2 2230/E-key slot
- Mini PCIe x1 slot
- Header with 2x HSUART
- FPGA JTAG header
- FCC, CE and RoHS certifications
Size 85mm x 90mm x 29mm
Weight ?
Voltage 5V
Power consumption (amperage) 1.5A - 3A
Operating temperature 0°C to 60°C
Type Single board computer
Price (excluding VAT)
Rating 4/5
Android supported    Supported (not included in package)
Windows supported    Windows 10
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