1 GHz BeagleBone Black Linux Computer Costs $45

Posted on April 24, 2013

BeagleBone Black

BeagleBoard is offering a credit-card-sized open-sourced Linux computer for $45. The computer, called BeagleBone Black, includes credit-card-sized, Linux computer. It is based on the 1-GHz Sitara AM335x ARM Cortex A8 processor. BeagleBone Black also features 2GB of on-board storage to run pre-loaded Linux software, as well as a USB cable to power the board. It also has Ethernet and HDMI interfaces. You can find out more about the computer on Beagleboard.org.

O'Reilly already has a book, Getting Started with BeagleBone, by Matt Richardson, out for BeagleBone. Here is Richardson talking about BeagleBone Black. Take a look:

Photo: BeagleBoard

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