When it comes to news about single board computers, the Raspberry Pi tends to hog the headlines. Regular Liliputing readers know there are loads of capable alternatives out there, but how do you keep them all straight?
An exhaustive listing would be a good place to start — one that runs down, say, six dozen or so of the most popular Raspberry Pi competitors. Maybe even this one that was compiled by the SBC fanatics at Hackerboards.com . It lists 81 boards in all, including the Raspberry Pi 2, the $14 Pi Zero, and the Raspberry Pi 3.
But let’s not get sidetracked — the Hackerboards list is loaded with other options. Some of them you’ve read about right here, like the$9 Chip, and assortment ofOdroid boards, and Intel’s Arduino-compatible Galileo . Others you (and we) may not have, so it’s great to see them all laid out in one convenient table for our perusal.
Once you’re done checking out the list, feel free to offer up your opinion on which SBCs you think are the best. To give you a little extra incentive to vote, Hackerboards is giving away four of the boards on their list, so head on over and cast your ballot!
The only thing better than finding a full-featured, inexpensive dev board to power your next project is having someone give you one for free, after all!