Non-profit development board community Gizmosphere has released a new iteration of the Gizmo development board. Called the Gizmo 2, it features an AMD GX-210HA dual-core processor that runs a 1GHz CPU and 300MHz GPU. It is not as compact or as cheap as the popular Raspberry Pi, but it does provide a lot more computing power.
At US$199, the Gizmo 2 is obviously designed for the enthusiast who would like a little more punch to his development board. It features four USB ports (two 2.0 and two 3.0), and ports for HDMI, mSata, and microSD cards. It even provides support for DirectX 11.1, OpenGL 4.2x, and OpenCL 1.2. The additional graphical power provided by the integrated AMD graphics appears to make it an alternative to the Raspberry Pi for projects that may require processing of images.
The AMD GX-210HA includes and embedded AMD Radeon HD 8210E GPU clocked at 300MHz with 512MB of RAM. It supports output to two displays simultanenously, although there are not too many ports on the development board to connect monitors to. Of course, it also features PCIe connectors on the edge of the board for adding other output methods.