8 responses

  1. Harley
    December 19, 2012

    Maybe they will also release an Allwinner A20 based version?

  2. onebir
    December 20, 2012

    Also I think an A20 or A31 cubieboard is likely.

  3. cnxsoft
    December 20, 2012

    Since A20 is pin-to-pin compatible with A10, this should be no problem, at least in theory.

  4. cnxsoft
    December 20, 2012

    I haven’t followed that much, but if they do, it will be an Android board only (no linux), at least at the beginning.

  5. Pieter
    April 15, 2013

    That aim for a BOM of $15 is a bit misleading. That is not their aim: http://www.rhombus-tech.net/faq/#index4h2
    I think a BOM of $15 is not even possible without Mass Volume (millions of units?) and even then, a BOM price doesn’t say too much about the actual product price :-)

  6. cnxsoft
    April 15, 2013

    Actually, it’s not misleading at all. The announced target (at the time) was to get enough orders (100k+) to try to get the BoM cost down to $15, and they did not provide retail target in 2011. They’ve changed the page since then. But since I don’t want to get people into trouble (See arm-netbook mailing list post), I’ve crossed out the $15 target in the post above.

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