Who are the Raspberry Pi competitors - are they any good?

Everyone knows the Raspberry Pi 3, but is it the best product? Some think there are better opetions, check out what they have to say within.

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If you've been casually following the various Raspberry Pi releases like myself, it's likely you have little to no idea what other mini ARM boards there are on the market.

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Thankfully Phoronix has published a quick wrap-up and some benchmarks of competing boards compared to the well-known Raspberry Pi 3. Coming in hot and topping the list was the ODROID-C2, labeled as costing "just a few dollars more ($40 USD) while having a faster SoC and other advantages."

The claimed advantages of this product include a 64-bit quad-core SBC, backed by the Amlogic S905 which comes in at 2GHz with four Cortex-154 cores, paired with 2GB of DDR3 SDRAM and a Mali 450 GPU. Connection options include Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI 2.0 and full support for Android and Ubuntu, all wrapped up in a $40 asking price.

Listed at $5 more than the aforementioned Raspberry Pi 3, this product provides a higher clocked CPU, more RAM, greater storage and more. Further insight into this comparison can be found here.

NEWS SOURCE:phoronix.com

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