Once upon a time, computers performing advanced calculations were so large they filled entire rooms. Today you can get much more computational power from computers the size of a credit card. From the advanced graphics engines of the BeagleBone Black and PandaBoard ES, to the dual onboard cameras of the SABRE Lite, element14 has some of the hottest single-board computers around.
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|Getting Started with SABRE Lite (i.MX6) 4 years ago in Freescale i.MX6 Development Platforms||by oneleggedredcow|
|Track Your Workout Reps with OLinuXino 5 years ago in Single-Board Computers||by oneleggedredcow|
|Getting Started with the OLinuXino A13 5 years ago in Single-Board Computers||by oneleggedredcow|
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Only a spoilsport would say so, but contrary to widespread belief devkits and single-boards, while useful, are not the Holy Grail that the time-strapped design engineer is searching for. And while it more...
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|The Difference Between SBC’s and Dev Boards 2 months ago in Single-Board Computers||by mrvolt|
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