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BeagleBone Blue is Comming Soon..

#BeagleBone Blue is the affordable and complete educational robotics controller built around the popular BeagleBone open hardware computer. With complete robotics education curriculum, barriers to learning and growing are completely eliminated.

Know more on: http://beagleboard.org/blue

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Ubuntu Pi Flavour Maker for RaspberryPi 2

Now run any #Ubuntu Flavour on #RaspberryPi 2 with the help of #UbuntuPi Flavour Maker.

Ubuntu Pi Flavour Maker is an open source tool, a shell script that lets anyone port any of the official or unofficial Ubuntu Linux flavors for the Raspberry Pi 2 single-board computer (SBC).

Ubuntu Pi Flavour Maker is officially supported on the Ubuntu, Ubuntu MATE, Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Xubuntu and Ubuntu GNOME flavors, and uses the traditional apt and dpkg package management systems from Debian GNU/Linux.

“Ubuntu Pi Flavour Maker is a spin-off from the Raspberry Pi 2 initiative for Ubuntu MATE The basic idea is simple; make as many Ubuntu flavours for the Raspberry Pi 2 we can. Ubuntu Pi Flavour Maker is few shell scripts and a PPA

Website of Ubuntu Pi Flavour Maker: https://ubuntu-pi-flavour-maker.org/

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UP – Intel Atom x5-Z8300 board in a Raspberry Pi2 form factor

#UP – #Intel #Atom x5-Z8300 board in a #RaspberryPi 2 form factor

UP is a credit card size board which merges the benefits of Raspberry Pi2, the standard “de facto” of makers with the high performance and low power consumption of latest tablet technology : the Intel Cherry Trail Atom Quad Core x5-Z8300 64 bits up to 1.84GHz. Thanks to the 14nm technology, the CPU is rated at only 2W SDP.

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Snickerdoodle a $55 computer for Robots, Drones and more

#Snickerdoodle a $55 mini PC for #Robots, #Drones and more

Snickerdoodle a $55 mini PC for Robots, Drones and more

Snickerdoodle a $55 computer for Robots, Drones and more

Snickerdoodle is a Raspberry Pi + Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, and an FPGA with a whole bunch of I/O options, and what’ve you got? Apparently a Snickerdoodle.

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