TechNexion PICO-PI-IMX7-IG development kit, which is made up of a PICO-PI-GL baseboard and a PICO-IMX7D-10-R10-E08-9377 System-on-Module (SoM). Referred to as the PICO-PI with IMX7D. You may also need one micro-USB cable, and one USB-C cable.
NXP i.MX 8M Mini LPDDR4 Evaluation Kit. Referred to as the NXP 8M Mini EVK. This kit comes with power supply, micro-USB cable and USB-C cable, but you will need a micro-SD card (at least 4GB).
This platform is still in development and is only partially supported at the moment. The boot partitioning has not been finished and Wi-Fi communication is not working yet.
NXP Warp7. You also need two micro-USB cables.
A micro-SD card (at least 4GB).
An C232HD-DDHSP-0 cable to connect the GPIO to a PC's USB (for debugging).
If you want to use MBL CLI: a USB to network adaptor and an RJ45 network cable (to convert from RPi3 USB host port to network). We've tested with the TP-Link UE300.
An optional second USB network adaptor if you want to convert back to USB (to connect to your PC over USB rather than network).
Warning: The Raspberry Pi 3 is suitable for development only. Do not use it for production.
A basic comparison of features of the supported board:
|PICO-PI with IMX7D||NXP i.MX7D||Arm 2x Cortex-A7, 1x M4||1GB||8GB eMMC||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac||gigabit||4.1*||gadget, 1x USB-A||via USB module||High Assurance Boot, OPTEE|
|NXP 8M Mini EVK||NXP i.MX8M mini||Arm 4x Cortex-A53, 1x M4||2GB||16GB eMMC*, SD-card||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac*||gigabit||4.1*||gadget||-||High Assurance Boot*, OPTEE|
|NXP Warp7||NXP i.MX7S||Arm 1x Cortex-A7, 1x M4||4GB||8GB eMMC||802.11 b/g/n||-||4.1*||gadget||-||High Assurance Boot, OPTEE|
|Raspberry Pi 3B+||Broadcom BCM2837B0||Arm 1x Cortex-A53||1GB||SD-card||802.11 b/g/n/ac||gigabit||4.2*||4x USB-A||via USB module||-|
Note: The entries marked with an asterisk (
*) are not yet fully supported or tested in Mbed Linux OS.