Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 15th May 2012 14:05 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems "As the Raspberry Pi started to ship the Sinclair ZX Spectrum turned 30 years old, and comparisons were being made between the two and their role in providing access to affordable computer hardware. Given the phenomenal advances in computing since the birth of the ZX Spectrum, I thought it might be fun to compare the Raspberry Pi with a computer that was closer to the state of the art at around that time, and to see if the Raspberry Pi could fill its shoes..."
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RE[5]: Yeah,
by bnolsen on Wed 16th May 2012 00:27 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Yeah,"
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i got kind of pissed and ordered a mele a1000 (cortex a8 allwinner a10). And I actually received it as well. Unfortunately I've only gotten far enough to build an archlinux distro with an already existing kernel. Hopefully lima releases real drivers soon enough, and it appears there's libraries available for the DSP although licensing is a question yet. It definitely has more cpu power than the rpi.

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