RoadTest the Arty S7

We’re pleased to announce that element14 has provided another chance to test drive some Digilent hardware with a new RoadTest featuring the Arty S7 Development Board! If you have not yet heard about element14 RoadTests, we recommend that you read this blog post to learn more about the application process and RoadTest expectations.

The Arty S7 RoadTest review opportunity will provide five chosen applicants with a new Arty S7 to tinker with and use at home, aiding development projects with a wide variety of I/O and expansion options. Designed around the Spartan-7 FPGA by Xilinx, the Arty S7 is supported with an in-depth reference manual, a number of tutorials, example projects, and more all discoverable on the Digilent Wiki. You can also take a brief walk around the board and meet our newest Arty Family addition, a family designed for makers and hobbyists, in a new unboxing video by element14 found below.

The Arty S7 RoadTest is currently open and will conclude its enrollment period on February 12th, 2018 at 12:00pm, so make sure you submit your RoadTest applications soon!

We’re excited to see what the chosen Arty S7 RoadTesters develop and will be posting their reviews following the testing window. Until then, we encourage you to keep your eyes on the Digilent Blog as we update you on previously concluded RoadTests, like the previous RoadTest featuring the OpenScope MZ, and updates regarding any upcoming events!

Good luck and happy RoadTesting!

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About Quinn Sullivan

I am an apparel merchandiser who found comfort in the world of electronics after discovering a passion for making projects with copious amounts of glitter. Every day I work on learning and uncovering novel solutions that guide me towards solving life’s little problems. My optimism and two rescue puppies have kept me sane throughout this endeavor as I figure out how to blend two diverse backgrounds in fashioning something amazing that will eventually lead to world domination.

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