The BeagleBone Black's main feature set
The BeagleBone Black comes pre-loaded with the Ångström distro, freeing up the microSD slot for additional storage
The BeagleBone Black open-source Linux computer
The BeagleBone Black is based on the 1 GHz Sitara 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor from Texas Instruments
Developers, makers, and hobbyists looking for a beefier alternative to Gizmag favorite the Raspberry Pi will be delighted to learn that BeagleBoard.org has taken the wraps off a 1 GHz ARM-based board named the BeagleBone Black. Though it may look like a slightly more expensive outlay, its manufacturer says that by providing everything needed for display, keyboard and network connectivity right out of the box, the Black provides "a lower total cost of ownership than the nearest competitor."
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