Somebody at lunch today was saying something about January 26th...
watch this space. Oh, and I'll have something new and fun to post in a
moment or two here...
On Jan 11, 2005, at 7:29 PM, David Farrell wrote:
> There is alot more to it that just the
> hardware too. The system and tools craig is
> maintaining really has no equal. Most others are
> still with the 2.4 kernel, or there is a huge
> lag between package updates. I think the soon?
> to be released boards will push Gumstix even
> further ahead.
> --- Chris <techie@...> wrote:
>> The linked article was quite informative, but
>> it is missing the
>> nano-ITX. Manufacturer link is here:
>> Several times larger than Gumstix, yes, but
>> likely in about the same
>> price range with more power (and power demands,
>> natch). I'm looking at
>> using both the nano-ITX and 'stix in a few
>> projects. Getting your hands
>> on a nano is tough though, it's been 'any day
>> now' from distributors for
>> about 4 months...
>> Dave Hylands wrote:
>>> Hi Martin,
>>>> can you tell me if gumstix are the only
>> devices in this area (small and
>>>> cheap linux based boards) or are there other
>> boards from different vendors ?
>>> The Linux Devices people have put together a
>> rather nice page of small
>>> SBC's so you can compare them using whatever
>> criteria you like:
>>> I haven't seen anything that's as inexpensive
>> as the gumstix, let
>>> alone as fast or small.
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