A Single-Board Computer has all the same parts as a computer – including a microprocessor, memory, and IO. When the Android operating system (OS) is combined with the compact, single-circuit board design, it can be a powerful piece of hardware for multimedia display, kiosks, or interactive digital signage. And, SBCs that support the AOSP codebase can be an ideal choice for commercial deployments of Android kiosk mode apps and use cases.
But, just because SBC hardware supports AOSP doesn’t mean it’s the right fit for your use case. In fact, it’s definitely important to evaluate Android SBCs against your requirements for software, hardware, and Android software development potential.
Reviewing 4 of the Top Android SBCs
Maturity, specs, and performance under simulated real-world conditions should impact your decision about an Android SBC. Our latest whitepaper is an in-depth evaluation of 4 leading options for Android SBCs:
First, each of these options was…