I guess that the Raspberry Pi is an option. They will cost between $25 and $35 dollars and they have an "expansion" port.Look it up. It may be the way to go for you..
Yes, the Raspberry Pi would be an option if someone could actually obtain one, let alone ten for a workshop. And as far as I know it is being marketed as a cheap computer, not an embedded platform. I also read that the main controller on it has no official documentation, so I will have to wait a few more months for people to hack it before that becomes an option.
Quote from: JoeO on Apr 29, 2012, 03:23 amI guess that the Raspberry Pi is an option. They will cost between $25 and $35 dollars and they have an "expansion" port.Look it up. It may be the way to go for you..Adafruit also have a protoboard for working with the raspberry-pihttp://www.adafruit.com/blog/2012/04/26/announcing-the-adafruit-prototyping-pi-plate-kit-for-raspberry-pi/
Right now I am leaning toward LPC or ST-branded ARMs that are found on the Maple (always out of stock), Discovery (seems underpowered), LPCExpresso, and mbed (missing JTAG).
also eagerly awaiting the Due
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