Cubieboard, $50. You also get 1GB RAM. For another $10 on top of that you can get the Cubieboard2 with a dual-core ARMv7.ric96 wrote:armv7 and sata port
I agree that I'd like to see the RPF do something similar (especially because I think they'd do it *better*), but saying that's what you want opens the obvious rejoinder that you can buy exactly that *today*. It just costs a bit more. It's really a matter of this: Which do you value more? The price of a Pi? Or the features of other boards?
Possibly the true revolution sparked by the RPF is the sheer popularity of the Pi. Part of that is the price point. Part of that is scale of the support community. Part of it may simply be that it's "railroad time" and...here's the Pi! Regardless of the reasons, small scale computing will never be the same.