Geniatech is back with another Rockchip RK3568 SBC. The K3-3568 single board computer is designed specifically for smart displays with 4G LTE, 5G, or WiFi 6 connectivity, and follows last year’s “Geniatech RK3568 development board” (aka DB3568) offered as a full-featured development kit for Rockchip RK3568 SoC.
K3-3568 SBC ships with up to 8GB RAM, up to 64GB eMMC flash, and offers multiple display interfaces with HDMI, MIPI DSI, LVDS, eDP, plus and an internal HDMI input connector, as well as support for an optional DVB-T2, ISDB-T, DMBT, or ATSC digital tuner.
- SoC – Rockchip RK3568 quad-core Cortex-A55 processor up to 1.5/2.0 GHz with Arm Mali-G52 GPU supporting OpenGL ES 1.1/2.0/3.2, OpenCL 2.0, Vulkan 1.1, 0.8 TOPS NPU for AI acceleration
- System Memory – 2GB, 4GB, or 8GB LPDDR4
- 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB eMMC 5.1 flash
- MicroSD card slot
- M.2 socket for NVMe SSD (See expansion section)
- Video Output
- 1x HDMI 2.1 up to 4096 x 2160 @ 60Hz
- 1x dual-channel 24-bits LVDS header
- 1x MIPI DSI connector
- 1x eDP 1.3 header
- Support Triple independent display setups
- Video Input – 1x HDMI in socket up to 4096 x 2160 @ 30Hz with add-on board; PiP (Picture-in-Picture) support
- 1x Speaker header for up to two 8W speakers
- Microphone array connector
- 1x Gigabit Ethernet
- Dual-band 802.11ac WiFi 5 with 2x u.FL antenna connectors, optional 802.11ax WiFi 6 & Bluetooth 5.0
- Optional 4G LTE module via mPCIE socket and SIM card slot
- Optional 5G module via M.2 socket plus SIM card slot (Note: It’s the same slot as for the M.2 SSD)
- Optional tuner module with ATSC 1.0/3.0, DVB-T/DVB-T2, ISDB-T, or DMBT
- USB – 1x USB 3.0 Type-A port, 1x USB 2.0 Type-A port
- M.2 slot with 1x PCIe 3.0 (8Gbps)
- mPCIe socket
- 1x UART header
- Misc – IR receiver
- Power Supply – 12V DC/2A
- Dimensions – 142 x 118mm
The company says they provide an open-source SDK for Android 11 and Debian 10, but as usual, nothing is public, and development resources are only available to customers. Geniatech K3-3568 SBC should be found in a range of applications including commercial displays/ digital signage, security/surveillance applications, industrial control, and more.
Sample pricing is not available publicly, and the company only provides “volume quotes”, at least for this model. Additional information may be found on the product page.
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