Redesigned and rebuilt from the ground up
The slimmer and sleeker Blocks has a simpler, more intuitive interface and a beautiful color scheme to match. Under the hood, you'll experience improved computing performance, extended battery life, and 720p HD video thanks to a new BUGvideo module and dedicated 24-bit parallel video slot. Additionally, you'll benefit from the widely-used, widely-supported Angstrom Linux OS and OpenJDK JVM that come standard.
Connect to the Internet via 3G or Wi-Fi
From M2M to telematics, customers can now use their mobile BUGs to connect to the Internet wherever there's 3G wireless coverage. This is in addition to BUG’s Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless protocols that come standard. Bug Labs’s Wireless Innovation Platform program also helps businesses solve their toughest GSM, CDMA, LTE, and other wireless challenges.
Remotely access and control BUG
With a built-in web server, Blocks gives users the ability to remotely access and control hardware using web services. Using a standard web browser, Bug Labs makes it easy to see what modules are connected to your BUG, install/remove apps, and start triggering actions and collecting data such as location, pictures, temperature, and more.
The developer’s must-have dock for BUG
BUGstinger is the perfect tool for Blocks development and troubleshooting. A new dock created by Bug Labs, the BUGstinger features wired Ethernet, serial through Mini-USB, and full-size female USB ports. BUGstinger is small, jet black, and connects to the Blocks base via a single cable.
Lots of Modules
BUG supports a large selection of modules...
• Full-color, touchscreen LCD
• 3MP Digital Video Camera
• Motion detector/Accelerometer
• Audio in/out - analog
• Video out - HDMI, VGA
• Video Transcoder
• Zigbee/Xbee modem
• RFID scanner
• Temp, RH/BP, digital compass, proximity, light
• Atmospheric gas sensors
• 3G/4G cell/data modem - CDMA, GSM, WiMAX, LTE
• BUGsecure - hardware-based, cryptographic security engine
Sold by our partner Arrow Electronics. Contact us for help deciding which bundle or module is right for you.