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The BeagleBone is a low-cost ($45-$55) credit-card sized Linux computer which was conceived to promotion of the design and use of open-source software and hardware in embedded computing. It was developed by the BeagleBoard Foundation. The device may have many other applications both in the developed and the developing world (Read more).
The BeagleBone is manufactured and sold in partnership with the worldwide industrial distributors CircuitCo Printed Circuit Board Solutions
- You can get the latest news from the Beagle Board Foundation Home Page.
- For Raspberry Pi frequently asked questions see the FAQ section or the BeagleBoard Foundation's FAQ page.
- Both manufacturing partners provide community areas for more technically focused discussions, articles, FAQs and related information:
If you are interested in why the Raspberry Pi was created, and why it is what it is, check the General History page, which highlights relevant events in its history. It is not intended to be a detailed history, so it can be read quickly. You could also check the design changes page for how the Raspberry Pi has evolved, and the manufacturing differences page that may help if you are having problems with your board.