The VIDI X microcomputer is powered by a low-power ESP32 module that features a 32-bit dual-core processor, which delivers 600 DMIPS (Dhrystone benchmark). which delivers 600 DMIPS (Dhrystone benchmark). This means that the processor can execute 600 iterations of the main loop code per second.

It comes with 8MB of flash memory and 4MB of PSRAM. Additionally, the touchscreen has a 320×240 resolution. The VIDI X offers versatile wireless connectivity with support for Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, LE BT 4.2, as well as an infrared receiver and transmitter that can be programmed to replace a remote control.

Our main goal was to ensure that the VIDI X microcomputer has an extensive range of inputs and outputs, making it suitable for a vast range of applications.

It includes a touchscreen display, which serves as one of the main input/output units. Along with gaming capabilities, it can be used for printing and displaying other forms of information. . In addition to the touchscreen, the device is equipped with a built-in speaker. Input units such as buttons, light sensors, temperature sensors, and microphone sensors are also available. Using an expansion slot, extra sensors can be connected to the device. The main component on the board is the ESP32 processor which is extremely popular for STEM projects and robotics competitions due to its exceptional versatility and performance.




Manufacturer:Espressif Systems

Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n, BT

Frequency: 2.4 GHz do 2.5 GHz

Data transfer speed: 150 Mb/s

Security: WPA/WPA2/WPA2-Enter­prise/WPS

CPU: Tensilica Xtensa LX6 micropro­cessor @ 240 MHz

Memory: 520 KiB SRAM



Vidi X is equipped with a header for extensions whose pin layout you can download in pdf format and see at this link Vidi X in the picture below.