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Shenzhen-based open hardware vendor Seeed has announced BeagleV, a credit-card sized RISC-V single board computer (SBC) that can run Linux.

BeagleV is the result of a collaboration between Seeed and, the Michigan-based non-profit that powers the popular eponnymous series of open SBCs, together with RISC-V expertise from Shanghai-based StarFive.

In a release, the companies note that, “BeagleV pushes open source to the next level and gives developers more freedom and power to innovate and design industry leading solutions with an affordable introductory price of $149 followed by lower cost variants in subsequent releases.”


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