The BeagleBone Black is a great development platform. In contrast to the Raspberry PI it’s a solid hardware design without any major bugs. For a reasonable price you get some really nice hardware specs: 512MiB RAM, 1GHz AM335x ARM with an FP accelerator, 4GiB on-board flash AND and external SDcard slot, Ethernet, USB-Host, HDMI, 2 on-board programmable microprocessors (the PRUs) and last but definitely not least: 69 digitalGPIO pins and 7 analog inputs to an 12bit ADC.
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