The breadbee is a very small, 32mm x 30mm, ARM Cortex A7 development board based on a relatively unknown IP camera SoC, the MSC313E, from a company called MStar. You might have never heard of MStar but you probably have one of their chips in your TV. With a small adapter socket it can be mounted vertically in a standard breadboard.
More info can be found in the GitHub repository.
"BreadBee features 64 MB of RAM, an MStar MSC313E Cortex-A7 SoC, two multi-pin headers and an RJ45 Ethernet port."
""Al contar con un chip de arquitectura ARM, esta placa de pequeño tamaño para desarrollo con Linux nos permite utilizar un completo sistema operativo estandarizado para acometer cualquier tarea.""
"We have many tiny and compact Arm Linux SBC on the market today... However, Daniel Palmer is launching a crowdfunding campaign for the BreadBee, which is tiny, but yet fully-functional Linux-based single-board computer..."
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