Smart device based on liteSOM

Smart device based on liteSOM

Circa – it’s a lot more than an average alarm clock. Circa aims to provide fewer distractions during bedtime and waking up, by getting consumers to return to the stand-alone alarm clock that only does one job. 

 

Grinn designed all the electronics in Circa, the UX and UI elements to make it easy and attractive. The device is based on liteSOM  – Grinn’s extremely low-power, state-of-the-art module based on ARM Cortex-A7 core i.MX 6UltraLight processor. The rich set of peripherals mean that the module caters for a wide range of applications.

 

Selected high quality materials and components and designed the product to function stand-alone, without relying on external recourses for core functionalities successfully - we’re excited to work on getting Circa in your hands!

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