Reach offers two product lines whose main differences are hardware and the GUI development process.
|How It Works||Smart Slave to Host Processor:
Details about How It Works.
|Smart Slave to Host Processor:
|Interface (I/O Options)||
|Display Sizes||4.3”, 5.7″, 7”, 8.4”, 12.1”||4.3”, 5.7”, 7”, 10.1”, 12.1″|
|Touch Type||Resistive and Projected Capacitive options.||Resistive and Projected Capacitive options.|
|Technical Specifications||Compare by Technical Specifications||Compare By Technical Specifications|
|Processor||16/32 bit CISC or 266MHz ARM||i.MX28 or i.MX 6Solo|
|Price||$1692 (4.3” Model: SLCD43R)||$1762 (4.3” Model: G2C1L-R)|
|Controller Board Model||SLCD||G2|
|Family||Generation One (G1)||Generation Two (G2)|
|In Production3||Since 2007||Since 2014|
While our modules are Linux-based – you don’t need to be a Linux developer to use them. More
1 Some modules. 2 Annual production volume of 100 units. 3 Five to seven years availability as a minimum. More about Long Term Supply.
Watch a 6:58 min video explaining the differences between simple and advanced modules.
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