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The back of the A9 looks like the back of the Simtec's ARM9 dev board, but is not the same. What do you need on the board: VGA connector, parallel/serial, USB and Ethernet: If you put the big connector in the middle, you can put the USB to the left or you can put the USB to the right, so that's 50% change. Plus, the A9 has an other connector (keyboard?) so they look the same, but they are not.

If you look at [link] you see a connector on the same place, but other stuff not. Similar design, but not the same.

Peter

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