small cheap yet powerfull Linux board

I came across this Gumstix board

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which cost from $109. The board's based on Intel XScale PXA255 200MHz or 400MHz processor,

64MB SDRAM, 4MB flash and boots Linux 2.6. It has a Bluetooth module option too. The board lacks peripherals but I love the price. Anybody has played with them or have any comments?

Remis Norvilis

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You might also like to consider the TRITON-ECO

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The ECO has a SODIMM144 connector so you can access most of the PXA255 signals for expansion.

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