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 Snapdragon-based Utilite2 announced 
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Post Re: Snapdragon-based Utilite2 announced
Esata would have been nice.
Painted black too.


Thu Dec 04, 2014 8:27 pm
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Post Re: Snapdragon-based Utilite2 announced
I am guessing the Compulab SBC-QS600, or something very similar is the heart of Utilite2. (All the port locations seem to match if the board is inverted.)

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Based on the SBC-QS600 picture and block diagram presented on Compulab's website and shown above, I have 2 questions about Utilite2.

1. If one does not need cellular, can the cellular mini-PCIe socket (top socket in picture) be re-purposed for something such as a mini-PCIe SSD card?

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2. Can a m-SATA SSD be added to the non-SSD Utilite2 model?

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hassellbear


Thu Dec 04, 2014 11:38 pm
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Post Re: Snapdragon-based Utilite2 announced
peba wrote:
What type of DRAM is working with the Snapdragon 600 ? Could it use both LPDDR3 and LPDDR4 ?

Utilite2 employs DDR3. APQ8064 does not support LPDDR4.

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Sat Dec 06, 2014 11:13 am
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Post Re: Snapdragon-based Utilite2 announced
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Based on the SBC-QS600 picture and block diagram presented on Compulab's website and shown above, I have 2 questions about Utilite2.

1. If one does not need cellular, can the cellular mini-PCIe socket (top socket in picture) be re-purposed for something such as a mini-PCIe SSD card?

As shown on the block-diagrams, the top mini-PCIe socket has got only USB interface (APQ8064 has only one PCIe interface which is taken by the GbE). So only USB-based modules can be used. Other than that, there are no limitations.

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2. Can a m-SATA SSD be added to the non-SSD Utilite2 model?

Yes. The bottom cover is removable. Utilite2 is designed to make both mSATA and cellular modem to be user serviceable / replaceable.

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Sat Dec 06, 2014 11:23 am
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Post Re: Snapdragon-based Utilite2 announced
Please submit Utilite2 related questions in the newly created Utilite2 category.

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Sat Dec 06, 2014 11:25 am
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