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Enter our hacker board survey for a chance to win one of 26 SBCs

Jun 12, 2017 — by Eric Brown — 1,298 views
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[Updated June 26] — Our 2017 hacker SBC survey ran from June 1 through 16. The response was more than 3x that of 2016, offering a 1-in-50 chance of winning one 26 SBC prizes.

If you haven’t already voted for your favorite community-backed Linux/Android open spec hacker-friendly boards, you have five more days to check off your first, second, and third place choices from our recently updated catalog of 98 hacker boards, and answer a few more questions about intended applications in our 3-minute SurveyMonkey survey.

 

Note: This survey has ended and the results are in. Read our detailed analysis of the results.

As in the past, the 2017 Hacker SBC Survey was co-sponsored by Linux.com. The prizes this time around included several BeagleBone models, such as the new BeagleBone Blue robotics kit, plus Arrow’s Qualcomm-backed DragonBoard 410c, the Gumstix Pepper DVI-D, and ADI’s Intel-backed MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-core. There were also several Aaeon UP board models, including the new UP Squared and one of the first UP Core boards, which recently launched on Kickstarter. Additionally, there were a handful of our sole non-Linux giveaway, the nifty Arduino Uno WiFi.




Our survey’s prizes (top left, to bottom right): Arduino Uno WiFi, BeagleBone Blue, Qualcomm DragonBoard 410c, Gumstix Pepper DVI-D, Intel MinnowBoard Turbot Quad-core, Aaeon UP, and Aaeon UP Squared.
(click each image for board details)

To find out more about recent hacker board trends, check out our original, June 1 survey announcement. To learn more about our selection criteria, and to view new summaries of recent community-backed SBCs and fresh updates on older boards, see our catalog of 98 open-spec, hacker friendly SBCs. Both pieces also link to a feature comparison spreadsheet of the 98 boards.

 

2017 Hacker SBC Survey References


 

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  1. Ictinike says:

    Thanks for the opportunity to try new boards and all the great information you gather and give!

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