[Arm-netbook] Raspberry Pi, Allwinner, and CuBox in the Linux hardware race to tiniest and cheapest
vladoman at gmail.com
Wed Mar 7 10:17:54 GMT 2012
Baybal Ni wrote:
> Can somebody correct them? We are developing EOMA, not the chip itself
I doubt they understood the difference, to them "A10" is the board...
> On 7 March 2012 01:35, Gordan Bobic<gordan at bobich.net> wrote:
>> Vladimir Pantelic wrote:
>>> personally I think that pissing contest between r-pi,
>>> beagle, panda et al is just plain stupid...
>> CuBox isn't really comparable to the R-Pi. It is a much, much better
>> piece of kit. Then again, the Allwinner A10 is better still.
>> What we desperately need isn't cheaper ARM machines - it is _better_ ARM
>> machines, particularly WRT the amount of RAM. Once you start requiring
>> more than 512MB, the field narrows very dramatically and the costs
>> multiply by a substantial factor.
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