Raspberry Pi with a twist
As versatile as the $35 Raspberry Pi is, it is just one of many single-board computers available to buy today.
The Pi strikes a fine balance between performance, price, and usability, but leaves plenty of room for other boards to tweak that formula.
This Fall has seen the release of a swathe of new boards, some ramping up the price to add PC-like features -- such support for fast SSD storage and Intel Core processors -- while others trim specs to cut costs.
These boards are generally aimed at software developers, hardware hackers and tech enthusiasts working on projects like home media servers. However, it's worth pointing out that few boards are as accessible or offer the same breadth of stable software as the Pi.
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Click through this gallery to see the most interesting single-board computers revealed or released in recent months.
SEE: The latest Raspberry Pi alternatives for you to try (TechRepublic)
Editor's note: This gallery has been updated.
Image: Raspberry Pi Foundation