Good collection of board under $100
Yesterday, we noticed this article in EDN.
I have to say that this is a well-written and very accurate article, which uses the proper terminology unlike the bombastic article posted by Linux.com a few weeks ago, which was named “Top 10 Open Source Linux Boards Under $200” and 7 out of 10 boards quoted inside this article were not Open Source Hardware at all but closed source.
This often causes confusion – people assume that if a board runs Linux, it is open source but this is not the case. If this were true, I should call my laptop, which runs Ubuntu, Open Source Laptop which is obviously incorrect!
There is a very clear definition as to what Open Source Hardware is.
Open source hardware is hardware whose design is made publicly available so that anyone can study, modify, distribute, make, and sell the design or…
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