Patrick wrote:Our devices tend to be more expensive because of the experience. With the PhidgetSBC2 - you really can just plug it in and you're ready to go. You don't need to know anything about SBCs, or Linux, etc. We also provide the web interface for managing the SBC. We also provide support for the SBC.
It's true that the base cost of the SBC hardware is not that high, but when you buy another SBC, you don't get the built-in 8/8/8, or an installed OS with updates, or a web interface, or generally any kind of support. Depending on the user, this can be good or bad - but this is not the type of product that we're interesting in selling - as you've pointed out, these board are easily available elsewhere.
We did do an update to the phidgetsbcwebif package which solved a lot of the wireless issues. If you're still having problems after that update, I'd like to hear about it
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