RasPi has a BIG QUAD brother

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More is not necessarily better.
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Rob Morley
4 times the price too
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Jasen Betts
Interesting, could have uses. Thanks for posting, Hamilton.
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David Taylor
What's the dividing line between a Small Board Computer and a small motherboard?
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Bob Martin
the shortest distance between two imaginary points?
In reality, probably more about the peripheral/socketry on the 'motherboard' than anything else. A motherbard is kitted up on the basic assumption it will have hard disk and probably monitor, keyboard and other stuff attached,. the fddefault assumption on a SBC is that these may well not be required so explicit support my not be there.
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The Natural Philosopher
a motherboard tends to have an expansion bus like PCI(e), (E)ISA, MCA, S100 or similar.
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Jasen Betts
Olimex have had Linux Arduino-wannabe boards around for over 6 months already. The only difference here is the 4 TIMES THE MEGAHERTZ.
Just produce an Arduino-compatible PCIe card for everyone to plug into their 32-core Intel CPU Godboxes and be done with it..
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Chris Baird
Quite. A motherboard implies daughter boards, though even the Pi can have a camera...
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