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Old 09-28-2013, 04:18 PM   #1
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Raspberry PI alternatives


Even though the raspberry PI is a very popular low cost hobby pc kit, I would like something a little more powerful. Does anyone know of such models. I don't mind spending $150 or less.

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The cubieboard comes to mind. I quite like the specs.
There's also the BeagleBoard and Pandaboard. But they're a bit more expensive.
I just found the ODROID-X2. At first glance it seems nice.

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Thanks serafean for the suggestions. I will research all 3 models.
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Recently I stumbeled upon the Wandboard. There are diferrent versions to choose from. I myself am using the Cubieboard right now. It has better specifications than the Raspberry Pi, but that doesn't result in a spectaculair improvement of performance in comparison to the Pi for me. But it suites my needs.

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