Arduino board with Ethernet

Is anyone aware of an Arduino variant with a built in Ethernet port?

Thanks in advance!

https://store.arduino.cc/usa/arduino-ethernet-rev3-without-poe

My first Arduino was the Freetronics "Etherten", which is a Uno equivalent. It also has an SD slot. They have a Mega equivalent too, and both support power-over-ethenet. These are seriously expensive but, if you have good reason for not plugging a standard $8 Ethernet shield into a plain-vanilla Arduino, take a deep breath, and pay up.

There are Leonardos from RS Components (UK).

Notwithstanding what the stock levels are saying, they're shipping them from France with DHL next day delivery for no extra charge. I received two last week when they said there was no stock :)

There's a lot to be said for just stacking an Ethernet shield on a Mega. Network connected projects tend to be pretty memory intensive and an ATmega328P or ATmega32U4 could get cramped pretty quick.

You might consider buying a Taijuino. This board leverages the hardware capabilities of the Sam3x8e uc :

http://www.emartee.com/product/42271/Taijiuino%20Due%20Pro%20R3%20%20Arduino%20Due%20Compatible

here's a thread with boards I found so far: http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=512011.0

TimReinarts: Is anyone aware of an Arduino variant with a built in Ethernet port?

Thanks in advance!

https://www.freetronics.com.au/products/ethermega-arduino-mega-2560-compatible-with-onboard-ethernet#.XuN5_kUzaM9