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NanoPi R2S, from FriendlyElec:  A tiny, low cost SBC based on the quad-core Rockchip RK3328 SoC. It's aimed at IoT apps and offers 1GB RAM, MicroSD storage, 2x GbE and 2x USB ports, 0 to 80 deg C operation, and Ubuntu-core and OpenWrt OS support.

SBC-C61, from SECO:  A 3.5-inch form-factor SBC based on a range of 1.8GHz NXP i.MX 8M Mini SoCs. The SBC offers up to 4GB RAM, a MicroSD slot, plus I/O including multiple LAN, display, USB, serial, GPIO ports, and options of WiFi/BT and an LTE Cat 4 Modem.

MYC-C335X-GW, from MYIR:  This tiny module based on an AM335x SoC offers up to 512MB RAM and 4GB flash, supports -40 to +85 deg C operation, and provides signals for display, SDIO, LAN, USB, UART, CAN, ADC, and GPIO on a pair of 80-pin expansion connectors.

GW6903, from Gateworks:  A small SBC based on Cavium's 800MHz dual-core, 64-bit ARMv8 Octeon TX SoC, and featuring up to 4GB DDR4 and 64GB eMMC, plus I/O including GbE, USB 2.0 and 3.0, 2x mini-PCIe sockets, optional GPS, and -40 to 85 deg. C operation.

efusA7UL, from FS Elektronik Systeme:  A compact, low-power, secure COM based on the NXP i.MX6ULL SoC. Includes up to 1GB RAM and 32GB eMMC, on-board WiFi/BT wireless, 10/100Mb LAN, and I/O including USB, CAN, UART, I2C, SPI, I2S, GPIO, RGB, and LVDS.

NanoPi R1S-H5, from FriendlyElec:  The NanoPi R1S H5, based on a quad-core 64-bit Allwinner H5 SoC, has two GbE ports and an onboard 2.4G WiFi module. Running FriendlyElec's OpenWrt port, along with some simple configurations, the device can work as a router.

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