Difference between revisions of "LeapFrog NXP3200 Platform: Technical Details"

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Revision as of 23:22, 13 February 2013

Category LeapsterGS Page
Leapstergs 400px.jpg

* Best Guess/Promotional Specs

LeapPad2 Page
Leappad2 350px.jpg

* Best Guess/Promotional Specs

CPU

Nexell NXP3200

Cortex-A9 SoC 550 MHz

RAM


Storage

512KB NOR

2 GB NAND

512KB NOR

4GB NAND

Display

320x240 TFT - 3.2" - Touch Screen

480x272 5" LCD 5" Touchscreen


Graphics


Audio

LFP200 Custom IC

LFP200 Custom IC


Interface Types


Networking

USB Ethernet[2]

USB Ethernet[2]


Physical Connectors

Cartridge socket

  • NAND, SDIO and UART

Mini USB B Device

DC Power

Headphone

Charging Socket

Cartridge socket

  • NAND, SDIO and UART

Mini USB B Device

DC Power

Headphone

Charging Socket

Human Interface

10 Buttons

D-Pad

Speaker/Headphones

Touchscreen/stylus

Camera: Optional

3 Buttons

D-Pad

Touchscreen/stylus

Speaker/Headphones

Microphone

Accelerometer

2x Camera

Linux Kernel

Angstrom

Kernel 2.6.37

GUI

Proprietary

  • Based on Flash Lite for the Digital Home
  • Runs Content on Cartridges or Downloaded from LFConnect
    • Games
    • Ebooks
    • Videos

Oscillators


Power