I can now develop for my Arduino... on my CHIP. :-)
It's fun to see how nowadays you can have a $8 computer with Wi-Fi, that does (maybe more slowly) what a normal computer does. Raspberry Pi Zero would also be interesting, if they did have a minimum stock allowing a decent number of people to buy it. Also Orange Pi has developed several boards around $10 (One, PC and the Wi-Fi OPI-Lite, that we'll soon feature here on Google+). Nobody would have thought of this five years ago. I remember that before Raspberry Pi, the only development boards available were about $150, and had very limited power. But, honestly, I wouldn't have expected these boards to be so cheap. And some people built clusters with big quantities of these boards. Impressive.
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