Intel Euclid micro-PC with camera RealSense: Specs, Release Date and Price

Intel is finally ready to release their Euclid micro-PC with camera RealSense, designed to create robots. This week, the device became available for pre-order for $ 399, manufacturer promises to begin shipping from 31 May.

Intel Euclid micro-PC with camera RealSense

Intel Euclid micro-PC with camera RealSense tiny PC is positioned as the ideal platform create a robot of some kind. It has quad Intel Atom x7-8700 processor with a maximum frequency of 2.4 GHz, four GB of RAM, 32 GB flash memory eMMC (MLC 5.0), as well as a camera RealSense ZR300.

In addition to the camera, PC configuration includes a complete set of movement tracking sensors and geolocation (GPS, an accelerometer, a gyroscope and an electronic compass), which can be found in modern smart phones, as well as proximity sensors and lighting, barometer, temperature sensor, noise-canceling microphone and the monaural speaker.

Also Intel Euclid micro-PC with camera RealSense has built-in wireless Wi-Fi interfaces and Bluetooth. Means of a wired connection has Micro USB 3.0, micro USB 2.0 and micro HDMI. In addition, it is equipped with a built-in battery capacity of 2000 mAh.

From Intel Euclid box is running Ubuntu 16.04 with support for ROS (Robot Operating System) and RealSense. ROS – is a framework for programming robots.

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