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#21 NameOfTheDragon


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Posted 06 October 2015 - 03:11 PM

I'm afraid that the lack of response on this issue has converted me from a firm advocate to something of a disbeliever. I am coming to the end of my patience with all the bugs and limitations. Netduinos are getting ever more expensive, while it is now possible to get a Raspberry Pi 2 with Windows 10 IoT Core, a quad core CPU, 1Gb RAM, all for significantly less than the cost of a Netduino.


Raspberry Pi 2: 1Gb Ram, ARM Cortex A7, 900MHz quad core, Windows 10 IoT core - 29.99

Netduino 3 ethernet: 1408Kb +168Kb; ARM Cortex M4, 168MHz single core, MSIL interpreter - 47.27


It is getting harder to justify given the refusal to deal with issues and the widening price gap. Somebody persuade me that a RasPi doesn't make more sense. Anyone?

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Posted 06 October 2015 - 11:17 PM

I'll chime in with my disappointment as well with the lack of followup on a number of issues posted in the forums. Really do have to wonder what future the netduino platform has, and if SecretLabs is a one-man-show? 
I know MS have piled a lot into the netmf but it does seem like Windows 10 on the RPi is getting the love at the moment. 

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