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

05 Feb 2015  | Cabe Atwell

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Intel's Edison


Intel's Edison may be small but it packs hardware that's nothing to sneeze at, including two Atom Silvermont cores and one Quark core. (Source: Intel)

The final entry on this list comes from Intel with their second revision of the Edison. The SoC for the Edison contains two Atom Silvermont cores (clocked at 500MHz) along with a single Quark core (clocked at 100MHz), which is basically used to run the Linux-based Viper OS. The SBC also features 1GB of RAM and 4GB of eMMC flash for storage along with a 70-pin dense connector for USB, GPIO and UARTs. Intel designed the board for use with wearable devices but what makes this board interesting is that it's compatible with the Arduino Breakout Kit, which means it can take advantage of the company's many shields. Not bad for a board that costs a mere $50.

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