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Old 06-21-2017, 11:19 AM   #1
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Arrow 2017 hacker board survey: Raspberry Pi still rules, but x86 SBCs make gains


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2017 hacker board survey: Raspberry Pi still rules, but x86 SBCs make gains
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The results are in: The Raspberry Pi 3 is the most desired maker SBC by a 4-to-1 margin. In other trends: x86 SBCs and Linux/Arduino hybrids get a boost.

More than ever, it’s a Raspberry Pi world, and other Linux hacker boards are just living in it. Our 2017 hacker board survey gives the Raspberry Pi 3 a total of 2,583 votes — four times the number of the second-ranked board, the Raspberry Pi Zero W.
Good article to reference ranking for SBC. Personally, I have several Raspbery Pi & a single Odroid-c2 that I use for experimentation in my interfacing needs for my LAB. I am not surprised by the Rpi's ranking. Current news for Intel shows it will discontinue several Intel based SBC
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Intel is discontinuing its Linux-ready, Atom-based Intel Joule and Intel Edison COMs, its Quark-based Galileo Gen 2 SBC, and its Recon Jet sports eyewear.

Just as we were publishing the survey results for our 2017 hacker board survey, which showed increased interest in x86 based Linux hacker boards, Hackaday published a report that brought to light Intel documents announcing the discontinuation of the Intel Joule, Intel Edison, and Intel Galileo Gen 2 boards. As indicated in Intel’s Joule, Edison, and Galileo discontinuance announcements (PDFs), the products will remain available until Sep. 16, and shipments will end by Dec. 16, 2017. The discontinuance also applies to all development kits based on the Joule and Edison computer-on-modules.
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