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NVIDIA JETSON TK1 DEVELOPMENT KIT: Tegra K1 SOC, Kepler GPU w/ 192 Cores, NVIDIA 4-Plus-1 quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 CPU, 2GB Mem, 16GB eMMC

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The universe's most advanced mobile processor has arrived. It's an otherworldly combination of 192 supercomputer-class GPU cores, incredible graphics horsepower, and extraordinary power efficiency. And it's redefining where mobile processing can take us.

 Tegra K1 Mobile Processor

The Most Advanced Mobile Graphics

Tegra K1 is built on the same NVIDIA Kepler™ architecture that drives the world's most extreme gaming PCs and the fastest supercomputer in the United States. This is the first-ever console-class mobile technology, giving you full support for PC-class gaming technologies like DirectX 11, OpenGL 4.4, and Tessellation - all in the palm of your hands. Plus, it's the first mobile processor to run Unreal Engine 4, Epic's latest game engine for powering next-gen games.

 Tegra K1 Mobile Processor

Unique New Mobile Experiences

Tegra K1 is the only mobile GPU to support NVIDIA CUDA®, the industry's most innovative GPU computing language. This means you can expect more immersive mobile experiences, from facial recognition and augmented reality, to automotive applications like obstacle recognition and customized heads-up displays. There's almost no limit to where it can take you.

 Tegra K1 Mobile Processor

Unprecedented Power Efficiency

For the first time ever, you can experience extraordinary GPU-accelerated performance without sacrificing power consumption. Game, browse, watch, and create with the blazing performance of the universe's most advanced - and greenest - mobile architecture.

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5 out of 5 eggsDecent for light weight robotics research

Pros: >low power (can be hooked up to a battery)
>small form factor
>TONS of I/O (analog, digital, USB3.0, JTAG)
>HDMI, SATA, SD card, and Mini PCIe
>You can run most of ROS on this

Cons: >Locked into nVidia's own Ubuntu OS for the Tegra, and the new version is obviously optimized for the TX1 and not the TK1
>Driver and software support isn't the best, because of ARM CPU
>2Gb of RAM is not a whole lot when you're trying to do image processing, the main point of this board.

Other Thoughts: I bought this board with running ROS in mind. I wanted a small, low power platform so that I did not need to worry a whole lot about battery size. For the most part, installing ROS on this is pretty much the same as if you were installing it on a laptop, but there are a few differences. The full version of ROS will not install on this. It has a few pieces of code that seem to look for an x86 CPU and won't execute on an ARM CPU. Instead you need to install the 'robot' version of ROS. In the case of ROS Indigo, that is: "apt-get install ros-indigo-robot python-rosinstall". This version of ROS is meant to run on the robot itself, not on a larger PC that is controlling a robot. That also means the tutorials are a separate install in this case, if you want those for debugging and testing.

As for nVidia's version of Ubuntu (Ubuntu4Tegra). Its not bad. Functions just like regular Ubuntu on any normal desktop. You just can't install some applications (sublime text was the most glaring one I noticed). Also, the last version developed specifically just for the TK1 has some bugs as far as OpenCV is concerned. Nothing that prevents it from working, but it doesn't work as a smoothly as it does in an x86 environment. The newer versions of Ubuntu4Tegra, that support 'both' the TK1 and TX1, supposedly fix this and I tried upgrading. I had to downgrade after trying the newer version. It did work, but ROS Indigo really did not like it. I was getting weird errors where it wasn't finding dependencies, or running packages - even the listener/talker demos wouldn't run. Perhaps this has been fixed by now, but I haven't tested it. I want a platform to work on, not a platform to debug.

All in all, its a good development platform, or even a maker board if you need some graphics processing.

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  • Hong D.
  • 10/29/2015 12:10:56 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
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5 out of 5 eggsSuper fast delivery

Pros: I ordered the board yesterday morning and it was delivered today with the free shipment. That's awesome! I will be checking the details later. But at least the shipment is super fast.

Cons: Not yet until test it.

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/22/2015 11:15:59 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsNVIDIA Tegra K1

Pros: Has quite a bit of ability for development on the system itself thanks to the Ubuntu OS setup for the Tegra K1. Seems to do well with the processing of video for machine vision plus has OpenCV support.

Cons: Initial setup of the board and getting Ubuntu desktop took a little doing in the beginning. Has issues with Flash and HTML5 video in Youtube when using Fire Fox. (Found Google Chrome worked better) Could use better documentation on the panel header for connection of external power and reset buttons. Board is not standard chasis mount for computer cases.

Other Thoughts: I see quite a bit of potential for the Tegra K1 outside of the gaming and tablet industry. It still has it's micro controller roots which allows for connection to industrial machine and robotics world.

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  • Eric W.
  • 9/5/2014 1:23:24 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
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4 out of 5 eggsPerforms Well

Pros: Fast, small, great graphics performance. Supports 4k monitors such as the Seiki SE39UY04 out of the box.

Cons: Needs more USB ports so you can use a keyboard and mouse at the same time.

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5 out of 5 eggsVery Impressive

Pros: -Compact, fast, plenty of options and things to do with it. 2GB of ram and 16GB of storage is actually pretty darn good for onboard, very happy.

-Getting started is a breeze. This is a fully functional personal computer kit, in my opinion. The Raspberry Pi is too, but it is pretty slow. The Jetson TK1 devkit could make for a great small computer... and I cannot wait to see it in mobile.

-Installing the Linux desktop GUI is currently as simple as pretty much one command. Very nice.

-The options to play with this board are pretty much endless. It can be employed in a massively wide range of applications.


Cons: -Not much documentation and support as compared to most other boards like the Raspberry Pi or Arduino. This is due to its age. Not many people have it, so the problems you find might not have a quick google-able solution.

-Nvidia has done a great job putting out a lot of information on this board, but it is a board meant to be "toyed" and "experimented" with (hence the name devkit). The board is pretty valuable to me, and I am doing my best to not break it. My main interest with it is with the GPIO pins, and this can be potentially dangerous for the board pretty quick.

Other Thoughts: It's impressive to see how fast technology accelerates.

More documentation and support will come with time.

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5 out of 5 eggsImpressive CPU And GPU

Pros: * Fast, HQ graphics with the best OGL drivers in existance.
* Faster than AMD AM1 processors for most benchmarks at 1/5 the board power (36W vs 7W)
* Surprisingly good Linux support - Gimp, LibreOffice, HPLIP, printers, USB Webcam (Logitech C610) all worked with minimal fuss
* Max power draw I've seen has been < 12W DC
* Tools from NVidia like Vision Works promises great opportunities

Cons: * Fan is a little noisy
* Beta GPU driver needs stability fixes
* RAM is shared with GPU, so 2GB is not enough for desktop + memory intensive apps.
* 16GB storage is a hassle. 32GB would have been better.

Other Thoughts: If you live on the bleeding edge, get this board. Nothing else ships with the K1, and it is surprisingly competitive with the Core i3 and AMD AM1 parts.

I have been using this board as my only home desktop for weeks. If seems to run faster than my $1500 Core i7 laptop - probably because its graphics are faster than the HD4000 in the i7; also possibly due to shared memory.

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