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10 US readers' choice single-board computers under $200

05 Feb 2015  | Cabe Atwell

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Intel's MinnowBoard Max

MinnowBoard Max

Intel's MinnowBoard Max features the company's Atom processor in single or dual core flavours. (Source: MinnowBoard.org)

Another SBC pete220 suggested for the under $200 price mark comes in the form of Intel's MinnowBoard Max. This board is actually a collaboration between Intel and CircuitCo (manufacturer) and comes in two flavours—a single core for $99 and a dual core for $199. The higher priced version features Intel's Atom E3825 (clocked at 1.33GHz) APU. While the board is designed for anything from hobbyist projects to embedded applications (due in part to the many ports), it can also be used for file servers and network applications as the board comes with a PCI-E port, Gigabyte Ethernet and SATA support.


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