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David Hunt takes a look at how these three products stack up.
We've made a big deal about how the Intel Edison is not a Raspberry Pi -- and it's true, it's not. But as we've said, it's not meant to be. The Edison, the Raspberry Pi and the Beaglebone Black all have their strengths and their weaknesses. With that said, it can be interesting to see how they stack up against each other for various tasks.
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In this article from David Hunt, he pits the three products against each other in some tests to see how they stack up. The results are interesting.
Ultimately, the Edison tested out to be by far the fastest of the bunch. Is that what you need for your project? Maybe -- or maybe not. But sometimes, speed is the name of the game -- in which case, maybe check out the Edison.
Read the full article here to see all the tests and more details about what David did.