Partially open-source hardwareEdit
Hardware that uses closed source components
- Tinkerforge RED Brick, executes user programs and controls other Bricks/Bricklets standalone
- Banana Pi, uses low-power processors with an ARM core; runs Linux Android OpenWRT
- BeagleBoard, uses low-power Texas Instruments processors with an ARM Cortex-A8 core; runs Angstrom Linux
- IGEPv2, an ARM OMAP 3-based board designed and manufactured by ISEE in Spain. Its expansion boards are also open-source.
- OLinuXino, designed with KiCad by OLIMEX Ltd in Bulgaria
- PandaBoard, a variation of the BeagleBoard
- Rascal, an ARM based Linux board that works with Arduino shields, with a web server that includes an editor for users to program it in Python. Hardware design files released under the Creative Commons BY-SA license.
- 96Boards (Includes but not limited to, DragonBoard 410c, HiKey, HiKey960, Bubblegum-96 and more...)
- Parallella single board computer with a manycore coprocessor and field-programmable gate array (FPGA)
Motorola 68000 seriesEdit
National Semiconductor NS320xx seriesEdit
Handhelds, palmtops, and smartphonesEdit
Fully open-source hardwareEdit
Hardware that has no closed source dependencies
- Freeduino – an open-source physical computing platform based on a simple I/O board and a development environment that implements the open source Processing / Wiring language. Also clones of this platform including Freeduino.
- Tinkerforge – a platform comprising stackable microcontrollers for interfacing with sensors and other I/O devices.