(unless of course it was a Dell SK-8135)
I'm curious - what would you pay for one of those (it's just that I've got a cupboard full of 'em...)
I bought a Raspberry Pi because it uses less than 7 watts. Possibly half that.My intention was to commit it as a web server. Well, to be honest, I haven't yet, but ...
How are you planning to interface the RPi to the Arduino? I've seen a couple examples of how it can be done, but I've had trouble implementing it myself.
The Pi is not real time it is Linux.There is nothing you can do with a Pi that you can't do with an arduino and laptop. But there is plenty you can do with an arduino and laptop that you can't do with a Pi.However it is much cheaper than a laptop and Arduino.
Who doesnt have computer nowadays lol.