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Galileo Gives Gadget Makers Great Power

Intel on Thursday announced Galileo, a microcontroller development board made jointly with open source hardware company Arduino for the education and maker markets. Based on Intel’s recently announced Quark system on a chip, the Galileo board will be available by the end of November for less than $60, said Intel spokesperson Kari Aakre. “Intel Galileo brings the power of a 400 MHz Quark CPU core to natively run the Arduino sketch application,” Aakre explained.



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