Rascal (single-board computer)

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Rascal
Single-board computer Rascal 1.3.jpg
Rascal 1.3
Developer Rascal Micro
Type Single-board computer
Release date November 3, 2011
Introductory price US$ 175
Operating system Linux
Power 1.25 W
CPU ARM926EJ/S 400 MHz
Memory 64 MByte
Storage SD card slot
(SD or SDHC card)
Website rascalmicro.com

Rascal is a single-board computer. It is designed by Brandon Stafford and sold by Rascal Micro LLC in Somerville, Massachusetts.

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The Rascal runs Linux. Its board design is compatible with Arduino shields. It includes web server software and is intended to be programmed in Python.

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