The Land Tiger development board on-board USB emulator, supports USB 2.0 Device, dual CAN interfaces, RS-485 interface functions. It has many of the features that the Arduino Due chose to leave off their board (like Ethernet). The touchscreen interface is a nice touch. And it would appear that it uses the Due version of the Arduino Due for programming.
- Cortex-M3 512KB on-chip Flash, to support ISP and IAP
- 64KB SRAM
- processing rates 100MHz, and includes a support eight areas of memory protection unit (MPU)
- Built-nested vector interrupt controller
- AHB multi-layer matrix with 8-channel DMA controller, general-purpose (GPDMA)
- support the SSP, UART, AD / DA, timer, GPIO, etc., can be used for memory to memory transfers
- standard JTAG test / debug interface and debug serial line and serial line tracking port option
- simulation trace module supports real-time tracking
- 4 low-power modes: sleep, deep sleep, power-down, deep power-down
- single 3.3V power supply (2.4V - 3.6V)
- Operating temperature: -40 °C - 85 °C
- non-maskable interrupt (NMI) input
- On-chip integrated power-on reset circuit
- Built-in systems beat the timer (SysTick), to facilitate the operating system migration.
- 2-Way RS232 serial interface (using the straight-through serial cable, serial port support them all the way ISP download)
- 2 CAN bus communication ports (CAN Transceiver: SN65VHD230)
- RS-485 communications interface (485 Transceivers: SP3485)
- RJ45-10/100M Ethernet network interface (Ethernet PHY: DP83848)
- DA output interface (USB sound card can do experiments on-board speaker and speaker output driver)
- AD input interface (adjustable potentiometer input)
- color LCD display interface (which can take 2.8-inch or 3.2-inch color TFT 320X240)
- USB2.0 Interface, USB host and USB Device Interface.
- SD / MMC card (SPI) interface (available with FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 file system)
- IIC Interface (24LC02)
- SPI serial FLASH interfaces (AT45DB161D)
- 2 user keys, 2 function keys and the INT0 Reset button, 8 LED lights
- 1 Five keys to enter the joystick (Joystick)
- serial ISP download function (no need to set jumpers), the standard JTAG download, simulation debugging interface.
- integrated USB emulator: simulation and debug capabilities to support online and support KEIL, IAR and other mainstream development environment.
- optional external 5V power supply or USB input to provide 5V power supply.
- leads all the IO, user-friendly external circuit to the secondary development of other applications.
I really like it when a board/system designer includes enough of the touches to encourage developers rather than throwing them to the wolves. This one is rather cool.
See more at http://www.sainsmart.com/arduino-compatibles/atmel-arm-board/new-nxp-arm-cortex-m3-lpc1768-development-board-3-2-tft-lcd-module-64kb-sram.html
Now if SainSmart wants a bigger review, send one over ;-)
While I did post an April Fools post on Google+, this is not an April Fools post.