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Latest revision as of 01:17, 13 September 2007

The Itsy pocket computer is a flexible research platform whose primary objective is to enable hardware and software research in pocket computing, including low-power hardware, power management, operating systems, wireless networking, user interfaces, and applications.

Itsy's CPU is a StrongARM SA-1100 processor (developed by Digital Equipment Corporation's Digital Semiconductor division, which became part of Intel in May 1998). Itsy contains 16 megabytes of DRAM and 4 megabytes of Flash memory. The main crystal frequency is 3.6864 MHz which, using the processor's phase-locked loop (PLL), results in a variable CPU core frequency from 59.0 MHz to 206.4 MHz.


Article on the ITSY

Interview with Jim Getty About the ITSY