Aaeon's EPC-CV1 is powered by an Intel Atom N2600 x86 processor, which is somewhat of a rarity when it comes to single-board computers, as most are equipped with RISC-based ARM chips.
Back in August 2012, Via rolled out its ARM-powered APC computer board at a sweet $49 price point.
There has been a huge surge of DIY mini PCs hitting the market lately.
The wildly popular $35 Raspberry Pi made waves when it first launched in March.
It seems like the Allwinner A10 chipset is becoming the go-to processor for a new generation of low-cost Android-powered computers.
Times are definitely good for devs and modders looking for cheap Android-Linux hardware to turn into small little desktop computer or HTPCs.
The bare-bones Raspberry Pi mainboard is an interesting device that has won accolades from geeks and tech enthusiasts.