[SATLUG] Alternatives to Raspberry Pi
othniel at gmail.com
Mon Aug 4 11:34:25 CDT 2014
What do you want to do with the Raspberry PI?
For some projects it is perfect -- for others it is a non-starter.
So yeah it is a little vague -- low-power cheap computers.
An android tablet fits that category to an extent. And it has
a display and a nice input device -- the touch screen.
So for many things a laptop with Linux excels. For others
I use my Android tablet. To play games a toy operating
system is appropriate: Windows. To interface with some
equipment a Raspberry is perfect. There are no absolutes.
On Mon, Aug 4, 2014 at 11:01 AM, Frank Huddleston <fhuddles at gmail.com>
> I have heard on at least one occasion, perhaps at a SATLUG meeting,
> strong disapproval, to the point of vilification, of the Raspberry Pi. So
> I'm wondering: what's so bad about the Pi, and what better alternatives are
> available? And why are they better?
> I'm speaking of low-power, cheap computers. Admittedly these are rather
> subjective terms, but I'll just leave it at that for now, in hopes that
> "you know what I mean".
> Frank Huddleston
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