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Hey. Don't you know it's a holiday? Put the tools down. 
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I got 2.8 inches of touchable... SCREEN! Onnapi, a Raspberry Pi. Still to tag on the cobbler to make the coolest Pi hacking board to date :)
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+D.J. Walker-Morgan Oh, yeah that might do it. I wanted to get one of those displays, but it didn't make sense for my project
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And that's the cobbler on to make a nicely self contained Raspberry Pi hacking environment (that's the keyboard below it)... And the screen is touchable so instant control surface :)
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BBB is on my list of things to play with.

Raspberry Pi compute module should encourage different use cases where the current form factor is a hindrance.

Banana-Pi, looks like another small computer using the Pi identifier to hopefully get a boost from the Raspberry Pi. It will be interesting to see if it is affected by the same production issues as the BBB.
Also is this effectively the heart of a Chinese Table with ports and GPIO pins.  If it is then the technology is well test, and should be reliable and well supported. From what I've read the A20 is very capable.
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Hacking on the Espruino is so much easier with headers and a backplate and a breadboard and an RGB led and a joystick and ....

Update: And at HackWimbledon it got itself another RGB LED... after I er... anyway... TWO RGB LEDs...
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Yeah but no ones made a 6502ino afaik :)
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And with a little help, that's all 5 boards and +phenoptix back plates assembled.

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+Jason Olivier We managed to put them together for around £18 each complete. Thats with jumper wires and LEDs and USB cables.
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Hi, it's Dj if you know me, Mr Dj if you don't and have no grasp of common salutations. Currently freelancing as a writer and coder to anyone who'll have me work for them (or as it is traditionally pronounced, "consultant").
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