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C.H.I.P. vs Pi Zero: Which Sub-$10 Computer Is Better?

C.H.I.P. vs Pi Zero: Which Sub-$10 Computer Is Better?

David Scheltema from makezine.com compares the C.H.I.P computer with Pi Zero to find our which is the best option for your next project:

Now that there are two capable, sub-$10 computers for Makers — the $5 Pi Zero and the $9 C.H.I.P. — the debate will rage online over which board is faster, cheaper, and the right one to use in a project. These debates are often unproductive, but they don’t have to be. Let’s take a look at some of the pros and cons of each board.

C.H.I.P. vs Pi Zero: Which Sub-$10 Computer Is Better? – [Link]

 

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