[Lab] alternative to Pi Zero
dougcommons at rogers.com
Sat Dec 17 11:06:59 EST 2016
I have one of the faster Nano PI M3 $35 and was quite pleased with its 8
Documentation is a bit limited but if you know how to use Linux it is
The NanoPi Neo at $8 may be enough for your needs.
On 16-12-15 07:28 PM, Chris G Brown wrote:
> Pi Zero looks handy,, but try to buy one!
> What are people using instead?
> (Simple script using crontab, python and fswebcam)
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