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Author Topic: Would you want 1 Utilite or 4 Raspberry Pis?  (Read 898 times)

Arizona Hot

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Would you want 1 Utilite or 4 Raspberry Pis?
« on: July 20, 2013, 02:23:27 PM »
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New computer is the size of a pack of index cards, costs $100  VentureBeat

A $100 computer is not something to be sneezed at unless you have severe allergies.

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Re: Would you want 1 Utilite or 4 Raspberry Pis?
« Reply #1 on: July 20, 2013, 04:05:09 PM »
I see them as two different beasts. The Raspberry Pi is more a DIY hacking project or learn programming type platform whereas the Compulab product is more geared towards being a ready to go appliance or small form factor PC.

Great to have additional choices although the "starting at" price comment makes me suspect a more fully blown out version will most likely land you in the $350-$700 range before you're done.