See also Virtual Machines if you are not running Apertis on real hardware.
Intel (64 bit) reference hardware
|Intel reference device||MinnowBoard Turbot Dual-Core (E3826)|| Setup guide
The system does not come with a power-supply, be sure to order one seperately
|Alternative Intel reference device||MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-Core (E3845)||Untested|
|MicroSD card||16GB or larger microSD card||Speed class C10/U1 or better recommended|
|Optional: Multitouch screen||Lilliput FA1014-NP/C/T|| Only needed for developers of multitouch applications or working with the multitouch stack. Other developers can just use a HDMI monitor.
Monitor does not ship with a stand - needs to be bought seperately Monitor also functions as audio output.
|Optional: Bluetooth dongle||Bluetooth PTS Radio Module||Only needed for Bluetooth testing and development.|
|Optional: Reference phone #1||iPhone 6||Only needed for Bluetooth testing and development.|
|Optional: Reference phone #2||Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016)||Only needed for Bluetooth testing and development.|
|Optional: Reference router||D-link N300 router||Only needed for ConnMan testing and development.|
|Optional: Reference 3G modem||Huawei E3372 3G modem||Only needed for 3G connectivity testing and development.|
|Optional: SDK Multi-touch device||Apple Magic Trackpad||Only needed for multi-touch development.|
|Optional: Reference Webcam||Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910||Only needed for development related with camera features.|
|Optional: Alternative Bluetooth dongle||Asus USB-BT211 Mini Bluetooth Dongle||Only needed for development related to BlueTooth.|
|Optional: Wireless dongle||Asus USB-N10 - 150Mbps Wireless Lan USB Adapter||Only needed for development related to Wireless.|
ARM (32 bit) reference hardware
|ARM reference device||i.MX6 Sabrelite||Setup guide|
|Power source||The 5V+ power source unit that should come with the i.MX6 Sabrelite|
Full-sized SD card (or microSD in full-size adapter), 16GB or larger
|Speed class C10/U1 or better recommended|
|Recommended: 100 Mbit network switch or hub||Use a network connection that does not support gigabit||Workaround for reliability issues with this particular hardware when using gigabit|
|Recommended: LVDS panel touchscreen|
|Recommended: LVDS panel cable||Cable for LVDS panel|
|Recommended: USB to serial adapter||
To look at the console
|Recommended: USB keyboard||
|Optional: Attached camera||OV5640-based 5MP MIPI attached camera module|
ARM (64 bit) reference hardware
Starting with the 17.03 release ARM64 images are available. With the 17.03 release only the minimal (headless) image is supported, full (graphical) bring-up is expected to be done later in 2017. While the images in principle support various 64 bit ARM boards, Renesas Generation 3 SoCs are the main target.
The recommend reference boards for these images are the R-Car Starter Kit boards, however the Salvator-x boards are also support. For more information about Renesas R-Car starter kit please see the Renesas product page.
|ARM64 reference device||Renesas R-Car M3 Starter Kit Pro (M3SK/m3ulcb)||Setup guide|
|Alternative ARM64 reference device||Renesas R-Car H3 Starter Kit Premier (H3SK/h3ulcb)|| Setup guide
|Alternative ARM64 reference device||Renesas R-Car H3 Salvator-X (r8a7795-salvator-x)||Setup guide|
|Alternative ARM64 reference device||Renesas R-Car M3-W Salvator-X (r8a7796-salvator-x)|| Setup guide