Where you might find an ARM

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Look at your mobile phone.
 
Look at your mobile phone.
  

Revision as of 18:32, 12 October 2011

Arm gameboy.jpeg
Nintendo Gameboy Advance
Arm bluetooth.jpeg
Bluetooth module inside Orange Livebox v1
Arm livephone.jpeg
Orange Livephone - Sagem D45

Look at your mobile phone.

Or your iPod.

Perhaps even your router.

Maybe your printer, if it is a newer model.

Here is a non-exhaustive list of applications of the ARM processor:

  • Amazon Kindle
  • Android smartphones - most of them
  • Apple's iPod, iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad
  • Blackberry
  • Canon EOS digital cameras (such as 5D Mark II, Powershot A470...)
  • D-Link Wireless ADSL router
  • eReaders
  • Featurephones - many, such as the Nokia range
  • Gameboy Advance
  • Harddisc control systems
  • Intelligent/graphing calculators
  • Internet radios
  • Lego Mindstorms NXT
  • NAS boxes
  • Nintendo DS/DSi/3DS
  • Numerous car automation/engine management systems
  • Personal digital video recorders (PVRs)
  • Printers
  • Psion series 5 (and later)
  • Roomba robot vacuum cleaner
  • SEGA Dreamcast audio controller
  • TomTom (etc) GPS navigation devices

There are, additionally, numerous applications where the ARM is used in a microcontroller environment that we are not so aware of. If you can add to this list, please do...

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