$45 BeagleBone has possibilities

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There have been a few boards released recently to compete with the Raspberry Pi. The latest is the new BeagleBone Black from Texas Instruments.

The BBB has a 1GHz ARM A8 processor, 2GB onboard storage, 512MB RAM and a bunch of connectivity options including a massive 65 digital IO pins, 7 analog, SPI, I2C and 8 PWMs.

Until now, no-one has come close to matching the Pi’s price point, but this new $45 board comes close and it’ll be interesting to see if it is as popular as our lovely little green board.

For more information, read this article on arstechnica.com

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