Eric at on 10 Apr 2013 12:37:57 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] ARM Boards

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On 04/10/2013 03:02 PM, Sam Gleske wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 10, 2013 at 1:00 PM, Will < <>> wrote:
> The reason why the list is posted is that nearly all the boards listed on there I would recommend looking at. There are more boards in existence than the ones listed. Minus some of the Via boards the boards on the list do look pretty decent and I would recommend purchasing them if they fit your needs. I do have to say the Pi description is lacking however many people looking at that list understand the Pi's capabilities.
> In any case, there are other options available. I know personally I like some of the A10 boards for their capabilities.
> -Will C
> I didn't mean to say it was a bad list of boards.  I simply pointed out omitted information about the Pi because there are boards on that list which I've not heard about.  If they took information out of the Pi who's to say they wouldn't do the same for other boards in that list.
> I brought it up so that someone takes it for face value and researches each board before making a final decision.

Well, inspired (in part) by the recent PLUG central presentation on Raspberry Pi and (in part) by I want to order one (or maybe two!)

Is this good?|pcrid|20706799101|plid|

... or are there better options/versions available?  Presumably, the model B with 512 MB is top-of-the-line?

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