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  • ADSP-BF548 EZ-KIT Lite board
    Analog Devices (ADI) is shipping a development board based on its Blackfin digital signal processor (DSP). The ADSP-BF548 EZ-KIT Lite board incorporates a 600MHz ADSP-BF548 Blackfin processor, and ADI offers a downloadable GNU toolchain that includes the uClinux distribution.
  • Amazon Kindle
    Amazon Kindle is a software and hardware platform developed by (subsidiary Lab126) for the rendering and displaying of e-books and other digital media.
  • Artlia Matrix
    Artila's M-508 comes with ATMEL ARM9 180MHz SoC, 64MB SDRAM, 32MB Flash memory, and I/O peripherals which include Ethernet, RS-232/422/485, programmable digital I/O, SD socket, and USB ports.
  • Ataribox
    Ataribox will be a game console running Linux with an AMD custom processor.
  • Bivio 7000 Series
    The Bivio 7000 Series of Network Appliance Platforms is a family of compact, extremely high-performance, and fully programmable network appliances that combine a unique packet processing hardware architecture with a software platform that includes a standard Linux-based execution environment and a comprehensive set of networking features.
  • CodeBug
    CodeBug is a cute, programmable and wearable device designed to introduce simple programming and electronic concepts to anyone, at any age.
  • Cray XK6
    The Cray XK6 supercomputer is a trifecta of scalar, network and many-core innovation. It combines Cray's proven Gemini interconnect, AMD's leading multi-core scalar processors and NVIDIA's powerful many-core GPU processors to create a true, productive hybrid supercomputer.
  • Falcon III RF-7800N-CP Mobile Computing Platform
    The Falcon III RF-7800N-CP Mobile Computing Platform runs Linux on a 1.86GHz Intel Core 2 Duo. It is equipped with 4GB DDR3 RAM, a 160GB SSD, dual gigabit Ethernet ports, and numerous Fast Ethernet, serial, and USB connections expressed via avionics ports.
  • Free ECB_AT91 V1
    Free ECB_AT91 V1 is powered by an Atmel AT91RM9200 processor, which features an ARM9 core clocked at 180MHz. It supports up to 64MB of SDRAM, has one SD/MMC slot, 2 MB of serial flash, one 10/100 Ethernet interface, USB host and two serial ports.
  • FRITZ!Box
    FRITZ!Box offers a DSL modem, WLAN router, VoIP and landline telephony and USB host for the network (to share a printer or hard disk).
  • GCW Zero
    The GCW Zero is a Linux-based handheld video game console that was released following a successful kickstarter campaign by Game Consoles Worldwide.
  • GP2X
    GP2X is a handheld games system with a 240mhz dual core CPU (can be overclocked in software), 64M of RAM and 64M of NAND, 320*240 backlit LCD with custom graphics hardware and TV out. It lets you watch DivX movies, play emulated classics, and more.
  • GP2X Wiz
    The GP2X Wiz is an open-source, Linux-based handheld video game console and media player created by GamePark Holdings of South Korea. It is the successor to the GP2X, GPH's first handheld device.
  • GPIB-PMC (IEEE-488.2)
    GPIB-PMC (PCI Mezzanine Card) offers full IEEE-488.2 compatibility and supports Linux Kernel 2.2.x and 2.4.x too. For embedded GPIB device applications an ANSI 'C' source is available on request
  • Gumstix
    The gumstix line of motherboards are single-board computers featuring the two main motherboards: connex, and basix. Both the basix motherboards and the connex motherboards provide an Intel XScale PXA255 processor running at 200 MHz or 400 MHz as well as 64 MB of SDRAM, Linux 2.6 and a userspace toolkit based on the uClibc C library with the BusyBox utilities.
  • H9 UMPC
    Sports a 7-inch TFT touch screen (800 x 480), integrated GPS, Wi-Fi, GPRS/CDMA connectivity, and PCMCIA and SD card slots.
  • i.MX37 multimedia applications processor
    An advanced device for portable media player (PMP), mobile Internet and portable GPS navigation (PND) markets. The device's multimedia hardware contains logic that decodes industry standard video formats such as MPEG4, H.264, WMV/VC-1, MPEG2 and H.263 up to 576x720 (D1) resolution, which offloads the ARM CPU.
  • InnoMedia's IP VideoPhone
    InnoMedia's IP VideoPhone is an award-winning IP-based desktop videophone that takes the hassle out of videoconferencing. This elegant, all-in-one compact system powered by InnoMedia's patented audio and video processing technology, allows for worldwide video calls.
  • Intel Compute Stick
    The Intel Compute Stick is a new generation compute-on-a-stick device that?s ready-to-go out-of-the-box and offers the performance, quality, and value you expect from Intel. Pre-installed with Windows 8.1 or Linux, get a complete experience on an ultra-small, power-efficient device that is just four inches long, yet packs the power and reliability of a quad-core Intel Atom processor, with built-in wireless connectivity, on-board storage, and a micro SD card slot for additional storage.
  • KB9202 motherboard
    This ARM920T-based single board computer is an excellent choice for low-cost, embedded, development - and the ARM920T is supported by Linux and the GNU toolchain (free).
  • Linux Toys
    Linux Toys is a site dedicated to simple, interesting I/O devices for Linux and hardware hobbyists.
  • LR101
    a hardware-based linux vpn router with isp/vpn failover, ipsec vpn, l2tp/ipsec vpn for mobile-user, stateful firewall, and with support of all major routing prtocols as bgp or ospf which allow working in a cisco environment
  • Maemo
    Maemo is an open source development platform to create applications for Nokia Internet Tablet products like Nokia N800 and Nokia 770. The platform gives developers a powerful Linux based development environment and optimized end-user interface for handhelds.
  • NanoPi A64
    NanoPi A64 uses Allwinner's quad-core A64 SoC (ARM Cortex A-54). There are UbuntuCore and UbuntuMATE image files available.
  • NanoPi NEO
    NanoPi NEO(abbreviated as NEO) is a fun board developed by FriendlyARM for makers, hobbyists and fans.
  • NSLU2
    The NSLU2 (Network Storage Link for USB 2.0 Disk Drives) is a device made by Linksys. It makes USB Flash memory or hard disk devices accessible over a network (NAS). The device runs a modified version of Linux and by default formats hard disks with the ext3 filesystem
  • Ouya
    The Ouya is a video game console running its own version of the Android operating system.
  • PCBurn
    a hardware news and review site, using Linux exclusively for everything including reviews, how-to's, and the website itself
  • pcHDTVTM Hi Definition Television Card
    The HD-5500 Hi Definition Television PCI Card is an universal PCI 2.2 compliant card. The card receives NTSC, ATSC and Cable/QAM Signals and converts them to digital streams which are transported across the PCI bus. Display and MPEG2 decoding are done on the host computer in software and displayed on the computers monitor.
  • PocketBook 302
    PocketBookReader offers an elegant E-Book Reader, PocketBook 302 with 6'' touchscreen, capable of understanding virtually all known electronic books.
  • RackTables
    RackTables is a tool to manage tens of racks, hundreds of servers, and thousands of MAC and IP addresses. It will work with a single rack as well.
  • RD129
    A tiny ARM9-based processor module designed for use with low-cost carrier boards. Elpa's RD129 comes pre-installed with the latest Linux kernel (currently, and is available with a handy development board.
  • RetroEngine Sigma
    RetroEngine Sigma is a mini console and media player. It is as simple as plug-and-play and requires no expertise or experience to set up. The system comes with several pre-installed games that work out of the box. Additionally, via an easy smartphone guided setup procedure, gamers gain the ability to run a majority of retro video games released on such classic systems as Atari VCS 2600, Sega Genesis, NES and many more. It is also a living room computer and powerful media-center. Retrogaming simplified!
  • SliMP3 Server
    an MP3 player that streams music over Ethernet from your PC. It features a powerful, easy-to-use, heirarcical browser interface, allowing you to quickly browse through your music collection from the convenience of a remote control
  • Sony Reader PRS-900
    Access your books and subscriptions wirelessly with the Reader Daily Edition, featuring a 7-inch touch screen display.
  • Spring Design Alex
    Spring Design Alex is an e-book reader created by Spring Design. As with the Barnes & Noble nook, the Alex features dual screens, the upper being a 6-inch black and white electronic ink and the lower being a 3.5 inch HVGA (480x320) touch screen color LCD.
  • SuSE Baseball Cap
    A high-quality SuSE baseball cap that is made from robust cotton twill material.
  • Technologic Systems TS-7390
    A rugged WVGA touchpanel PC based on a fast-booting ARM9-based single board computer (SBC). The TS-TPC-7390 Touch Panel Computer incorporates the Debian Linux-based TS-7390 SBC, which is equipped with a 200MHz ARM9 CPU from Cirrus and a Lattice FPGA (field-programmable gate array).
  • Telikin Touch Screen
    Telikin Touch Screen offers a 18.6-inch touchscreen, Dual Core CPU 1.8 Ghz, 2GB SDRAM, 320GB Disk and a custom Linux stack aimed at computer novices. Includes camera, speakers, microphone and 6-1 memory card reader.
  • VoCore
    VoCore is an open hardware runs OpenWrt. It has WIFI, USB, UART, 20+ GPIOs but size is only one square inch. It helps you make a smart house, study embedded system or even make the tiniest router on the earth.
  • VoCore2
    VoCore2 is a open source linux computer and a full functional wireless router but its size is smaller than a coin. It can perform as a VPN gateway to secure your network, an airplay station to play loseless music, a private cloud to store your photo, video and code. Benefit for its small size and low power consume, it can be easily mounted in wall, help you boost wireless signal in every room or setup house based mesh network.
  • VoltaStream ZERO
    VoltaStream ZERO is designed to stream your music. It includes a high quality analog output as well as a optical TOSLINK transmitter. For smallest footprint the optical audio output is directly integrated into the 3.5 mm line-out jack. There is also a full-sized USB-A connector where you can easily connect the included and free-of-charge USB WiFi dongle.

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