I've got a project in place currently using a Model A+ that controls my central heating system.
It currently has a small LCD connected over SPI using the notro FBTFT modules.
On boot it loads Midori and a webpage which is essentially an info page for the central heating.
I'm using a USB ethernet adapter.
It seems to be getting low on free memory, Midori looks to hog quite a lot of resources which I think is causing some instability.
Should the A+ be up to the job of running Midori 24/7 in Kiosk/Fullscreen mode? Realisitcally the actual central heating scripts don't cause any issues because they are very simple and have very little impact on resources.
I originally used Chromium but that really does use resources like it's going out of fashion.
Is it best I just use a 512MB model (or RPi2?)