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In place of Arduino, Raspberry Pi: Seven board options

29 Sep 2014  | Suzanne Deffree

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Wandboard

Wandboard

Starting at $79, Wandboard offers unique Linux and Arduino SBC, 512MB to 2GB DDR3, HDMI, a camera interface, Micro-SD slot, serial port, an expansion header, SATA, Gigabit LAN, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.

Projects include this cluster with a custom PCI-Express adapter carrierboard and small autonomous Sumo-robots for competition.

Wandboard

HummingBoard

HummingBoard

Slightly larger than a Raspberry Pi, HummingBoard offers a i.MX 6Solo + Kinetis K20 MCU, Linux and Arduino OS compatibilities, 1GB DDR3 RAM, HDMI, LVDS, parallel RGB, 3.5mm audio, USB and mini USB, and Ethernet, starting at $45.

As shown in the below video, the HummingBoard manufacturers are placing the lesser-known board in direct competition with the Pi.

HummingBoard vs Raspberry Pi. Source: SolidRunVideos

- Suzanne Deffree
  EDN


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