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Baseboard morphs BeagleBone Black into 3.5-inch SBC

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Oregon-based APlus Mobile came up with the idea for the “MotherBone PiOne” while trying to add peripherals to the Linux-ready BeagleBone Black and Raspberry Pi Model B single board computers. Faced with the boards’ limitations relative to “real world expandability,” especially in regard to the BeagleBone Black’s power isolation issues, the company decided to develop a baseboard aimed at solving those problems for both hacker SBCs.

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