Android PC vs Hackberry A10

After the Raspberry Pi, the APC and Hackberry A10 are the latest entrants in the hugely popular line of ultra small motherboards designed to run any thing from the Android OS to trimmed down Linux distributions. But keep in mind that these are development boards, not mobos that you can buy and build a standard desktop computer from.

No wonder they are popular with tinkerers, developers and wannabe DIYers. No doubt that they will eventually go mainstream, but for now, these boards are a hacker’s delight. This article presents a casual comparison of the Android Personal Computer (APC) and the Hackberry A10.

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3 Comments

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  2. What I’d have found more useful in addition to the technical specs is for what applications would you pick a Raspberry, an APC, or a Hackberry.

  3. Thanks for that important information, its really helpful.

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