LattePanda 3 Delta SBC combines Jasper Lake processor and Arduino compatible microcontroller

The LattePanda 3 Delta single board computer with an Intel Celeron N5105 Jasper Lake processor and an Arduino ATmega32U4 Leonardo compatible MCU that initially launched through a Kickstarter campaign in November 2021.

The team behind the board has now announced the global availability of the Intel + Arduino SBC on DFRobot starting at $279 plus shipping, which we can compare to the $229 pledge asked during the crowdfunding campaign for reference.

LattePanda 3 Delta - Jasper Lake SBC with Arduino MCU

LattePanda 3 Delta 864 specifications remain the same also with a few extra details:

  • SoC – Intel Celeron N5105 quad-core Jasper Lake processor @ 2.0GHz / 2.9GHz (Turbo) with Intel UHD graphics 605 @ 450 to 800 MHz; 10W TDP
  • System Memory – 8GB LPDDR4 @ 2933 MHz
  • Storage
    • 64GB eMMC 5.1 flash
    • Support for M.2 NVMe or SATA SSD (See Expansion section)
    • MicroSD card socket
  • MCU – Microchip ATmega32U4-MU 8-bit AVR Arduino Leonardo compatible microcontroller
  • Video Output
    • HDMI 2.0
    • DisplayPort via USB Type-C port
    • 30-pin 2-lane eDP connector + touch panel connector
    • Up to three independent displays
  • Audio – 3.5mm heaphone+mic jack, pin header with 2W audio amplifier
  • Connectivity
    • Gigabit Ethernet port via Intel i211-AT controller, WoL support
    • Dual-band 802.11ax WiFi 6 up to 2400 Mbps and Bluetooth 5.2
    • Optional 4G or 5G modem via M.2 socket + SIM card slot
  • USB – 2x USB 3.2 Gen 1 (5Gbps) , 1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gbps), 1x USB Type-C port for power, data (480 Mbps) and DisplayPort Alt Mode, 1x USB 2.0 header
  • Expansion
    • M.2 M Key 2280 socket with PCIe 3.0 x2, Micro SD and Micro SIM combo card connector
    • M.2 B Key 2242/2252/2280 socket with SATA, USB 2.0, USB 3.0, SIM card
    • 50-pin GPIO header with RS232, USB 2.0, I2C, audio, system control and “indication”
    • 50-pin GPIO header for Arduino MCU, BIOS, and 5V, 3.3V
  • Security – Built-in TPM 2.0
  • Misc – RTC with CR927 coin-cell battery, Arduino reset button, hardware watchdog
  • Power Supply
    • USB PD input
    • 12V DC input via 4-pin header
  • Dimensions – 125 x 76 x 16 mm

LattePanda 3 Delta 864 specifications LattePanda 3 Delta M2 sockets wifi 6

The LattePanda 3 Delta ships with a cooling fan (assembled), a 45W USB PD power adapter, EU & US power cord, two dual-band antennas, an RTC battery (assembled), and a user manual. The SBC supports Windows 10 Pro 21H2, Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 2021 LTSC, Windows 11, as well as Ubuntu 22.04. You’ll find technical details and getting started guides on the documentation website. I don’t see anything about the Arduino part, but it may not be needed the Jasper Lake system should just show an Arduino Leonardo board is connected when using the Arduino IDE.

Kickstarter backers have just received their early sample, so we can read some of their feedback. One is happy with the quality of the board, and another had what ended up being a false alarm with his NVMe SSD. Most of the comments seem positive, except one is missing a HAT, and some poor souls living in Europe complain about excessive custom duties… Note the $279 model on DFRobot comes with an unactivated version of Windows 10, and the model with an activated version of Windows 10 IoT Enterprise sells for $339. You’ll also find a range of accessories from a 7-inch display to an RS232 adapter or M.2 to Gigabit Ethernet module.

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Anonymous
Anonymous
1 month ago

Single channel memory, which apparently even affects video performance slightly, according to ETA Prime’s review.

Salvador Liébana
Salvador Liébana
1 month ago

I wonder what Tkaiser thinks about geekbench5 for benchmarking x86_64 vs aarch64…

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