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Table compares 90 hacker-friendly single board computers

Jan 3, 2017 — by LinuxGizmos — 4,624 views
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[Updated: Jan. 14] — This table summarizes the core features of all of the single board computers that are profiled in our post that rings in 2017 with 90 hacker-friendly SBCs.

Click the image below to view the 90 SBC comparison table. The complete article that profiles all 90 single board computers, is available here: Ringing in 2017 with 90 hacker-friendly single board computers


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Note: The table at the target page is generated from a Google Sheets spreadsheet, and is updated every five minutes. Therefore, corrections and edits will become available on an ongoing basis.

Note: you can also download the latest version of the table in PDF format here.
 

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6 responses to “Table compares 90 hacker-friendly single board computers”

  1. deses12ses says:

    Can you release the table as a Drive document so we can filter the data? Also, saying if it has SATA or USB3 ports would be great, that way the data is more granular.

  2. lsldjf says:

    what I’d really like to see would be an extended os support: armbian, yoco, buildroot
    Since most other vendors seem to don’t support it quite well after an initial release…

  3. Miguel Mayol i Tur says:

    SATA, M2 SATA, and USB 3 ports are things to consider adding to the table, as public images for Android GNU/Linux and other OSs

  4. LinuxGizmos says:

    sorry about that! we moved this site’s root domain, and I forgot to copy that file to the new wordpress instance :-/

    but it’s fixed now! :-)

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