What is the difference between BeagleBone and Raspberry Pi?
What is the difference between Arduino and Raspberry Pi and pcDuino?
- The Arduino, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone and PCDuino may look quite similar for you, but they are in fact very different devices. The Arduino is a microcontroller. A microcontroller is just one tiny part of a computer. The arduino can be programmed in C, but can’t run an operating system. On the other hand, the Rasperry Pi and PCDuino are computers.
What kind of processor does the BeagleBone Black have?
- The BeagleBone Black The Beaglebone Black is open-source hardware that’s like Raspberry Pi but more powerful. It’s based on the TI Sitara AM335- a SOC application processor with ARM Cortex A8 processor. It comes with a 512 RAM, and unlike the Raspberry Pi, it includes onboard storage in the form of 4GB eMMC Flash.
What is Raspberry Pi 4B 4GB?
- Raspberry Pi 4 is the popular single-board computer in their series, developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. From the super-affordable Pi Zero and Pi Zero W to the new Pi 4, those who want to get started with SBCs would definitely go for their products! Thus, we will be using the new Pi 4B 4GB to compare with Beaglebone.
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