Take the 2017 Survey of 98 Hacker-Friendly SBCs

June 1, 2017 | Celine Marie Barrozo

Complete LinuxGizmos’ survey for a chance to win a free Pepper DVI-D board!

For the third year in a row, LinuxGizmos.com is conducting their reader survey of open specification, Linux- or Android-ready single board computers (SBC) priced under $200.

Two of our boards, the Pepper 43R / 43C and Pepper DVI-D, are part of the 98 SBCs included in this survey. Check out their specs below:


Pepper 43C

Now supporting Android, both the Pepper boards (43C and 43R) are powerful, single board computer (SBC) based on a TI Cortex-A8 processor (AM3354) that supports the Yocto Project build system and Android with wireless connectivity provided by the TI WiLink8 and a Newhaven 4.3-inch capacitive multi-touch LCD touchscreen.



Pepper DVI-D

The Pepper DVI-D is a powerful, complete and compact solution for embedded developers interested in Cortex A8 ARM processors. Pepper DVI-D offers high-definition video output, 512 MB RAM, a microSD card slot, audio connectivity, a console port and two USB On-The-Go ports.



As part of our support to this initiative by LinuxGizmos.com, we’ve decided to give away Pepper DVI-D’s to random winners provided to us after the survey.

Check out the 98 SBCs quick reference table, then, go and answer the survey!