[Interest] Guide me through the Qt offerings for GUIs

Frank Mertens frank at cyblogic.de
Fri Apr 23 19:10:40 CEST 2021

On 23.04.21 12:18, Roland Hughes wrote:
> On 4/23/2021 5:00 AM, Frank Mertens wrote:
>> All the latency and texture loading concerns actually go away when using software rendering.
>> For the embedded world just make sure you have a good low-latency memory block.
>> (I had good experiences with IMX6ULs...!-)
> Thank you for your feedback.
> An IMX6 on battery?
> The hardware guys on the projects I've been on tend to compare IMX6 power consumption to a V8 engine with dual quad carbs gas consumption. I've only ever used one on a system connected to grid power.
> Every other embedded system I've been on has really poor dynamic memory because the hardware group is trimming power consumption every place they can. It's no biggie. One just has to design software differently.
IMX6UL is just a marketing name. Look it up. "UL" stands for ultra-low. It has nothing in common with the IMX6 architecture. It is actually the first IMX7. It does not have a GPU and surely you can run it on a battery. Ask your hardware guys. They know.


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