UP Squared supports M.2 2230 slot, it means the M.2 must be 22mm(width) * 30mm(length).
The details you can reference the UP Squared Manual as below.
ftp://data.aaeon.com.tw/DOWNLOAD/MANUAL/UP-APL01 manual 3rd Ed.pdf
Thank you very much.
Hi @tonyvicky ,
As you can see in "FOLLOW YOUR ORDER'S STATUS STEP-BY-STEP", your payment was accepted.
So, you must wait for the next step, maybe for shipping
ahm... I found this, can I do this?
Our UP Squared x5-e3940 will be available at UP shop from next week. Thanks for your support.
For AI Core, we are using PCIe signal now.
We also made an experiment that it is possible to use USB signal on PCIe slot to run AI Core, then answer is positive. However, this would be a custom version AI Core for ODM project.
That's correct, but it's dedicated for SD card use. see below information about SDIO interface
Wi-Fi module for UP CORE has already supported. Please click on the link below for UP CORE Datasheet, and take a look at block diagram
Hi Russell, the max current is 1A (5W), it's follow the SATA standard, and power off when you turn off the board (OS shutdown). BTW, you also can get 5V1A from HAT40. Pin2&Pin4, and that 5V won't turn off if power supply stay on
Hi Russell, UP^2 can’t drop down power to GPIO (HAT40pin) & USB when OS shutdown. Unless you switch off the power, GPIO & USB will stay on.
just in case anyone is coming across this thread and is wondering: Ubuntu 16.04.03 LTS is working without problems for me so far. With both the default ubuntu kernel and also with 4.9.45-upboard