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Orange Pi One would be a good alternative but it is not possible to source in time for workshop.
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== Actual Workshop Parts ==
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[https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16NfK_GQdC3cusfGHwXPo8fSCKO7ImorTh2XQCxyQHF0/edit?usp=sharing Spreadsheet]
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== Raspberry Pi 2 / Zero ==
 
== Raspberry Pi 2 / Zero ==
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The [http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Orange-Pi-PC-linux-and-android-mini-PC-Beyond-Raspberry-Pi-2/1553371_32448079125.html Orange Pi] is a US$15 Raspberry Pi clone.   
 
The [http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Orange-Pi-PC-linux-and-android-mini-PC-Beyond-Raspberry-Pi-2/1553371_32448079125.html Orange Pi] is a US$15 Raspberry Pi clone.   
  
The [http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Orange-Pi-One-ubuntu-linux-and-android-mini-PC-Beyond-and-Compatible-with-Raspberry-Pi-2/1553371_32603308880.html Orange Pi One]s are a possible Raspberry Pi Zero alternative, but not sure how compatible it would be with WiFi dongles and the applications and installation that we've developed specifically to work with the Raspbian install.
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The [http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Orange-Pi-One-ubuntu-linux-and-android-mini-PC-Beyond-and-Compatible-with-Raspberry-Pi-2/1553371_32603308880.html Orange Pi One]s are a US$10 possible Raspberry Pi Zero alternative, but not sure how compatible it would be with WiFi dongles and the applications and installation that we've developed specifically to work with the Raspbian install.

Latest revision as of 17:08, 18 April 2016

Orange Pi One would be a good alternative but it is not possible to source in time for workshop.

Actual Workshop Parts

Spreadsheet



Raspberry Pi 2 / Zero

Power options

Orange Pi One

The Orange Pi is a US$15 Raspberry Pi clone.

The Orange Pi Ones are a US$10 possible Raspberry Pi Zero alternative, but not sure how compatible it would be with WiFi dongles and the applications and installation that we've developed specifically to work with the Raspbian install.