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Nandland Go Board – Your FPGA Playground

Nandland Go Board – Your FPGA Playground

There’s a new FPGA development board on Kickstarter. It’s called the Nandland Go Board, and it aims to be an inexpensive, easy-to-use FPGA development board to learn about how FPGAs work and what they are capable of. This board is unique because it provides a lot of options for projects built directly into the board. It comes with:

  • Four LEDs
  • Four Push-Button Switches
  • Two 7-Segment LED displays
  • Micro USB Connector (for Programming and Communication)
  • VGA Connector
  • External Connector

Most other FPGA development boards come with just a simple connector but the Go Board has lots of functionality built right into it. The Kickstarter page shows a bunch of examples of what is possible using the Nandland Go Board, and it’s pretty impressive. You can even program it to play Pong! Take a look at the Kickstarter page and pick one up today.

Nandland Go Board – Your FPGA Playground – [Link]







 

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