While budget is unspecific, you can get a Motorola G7 Play, unlock the bootloader, root it, and then remove all the apps you don't want. Currently $120 on Amazon.
32GB Internal Storage
More Specs - GSMArena
Assuming you are using Android Studio, yes, the laptop will work well for it. My only concern would be that the laptop may run hot or even overheat because I don't see any large cooling fans on the CPU/GPU, but other than that concern, it would work well.
It meets all of the requirements for Android Studio:
OS: Microsoft Windows 7 or higher
I was not able to find a phone both =< 4.5" and < $100 currently supported for LineageOS, nor could I find one described as 'rugged'.
The smallest found, at 4.7", is the Samsung Galaxy A3 in the $80 and up range.
Several were available in the 5.1"-5.2" (diagonal) size range:
A refurbished ASUS Zenphone 3 is available FOB Destination for $102.
No. Android Things only had the base kit. You'll have to buy and integrate any additional hardware components yourself.
For a gyroscope in an IoT project use something MPU6050 based:
like: Adafruit MPU-6050 6-DoF Accel and Gyro Sensor - STEMMA QT Qwiic
You'll be lucky to find anything that exactly fits your requirements.
The problem with the ROM scene, especially Lineage (and, formerly, Cyanogen) is that the developers of the ROMs tend to go for the name brand devices and the higher end ones at that.
The reasons are varied but principally it boils down to the fact that people who spend a lot of money on a ...
if you can buy the GTX1650, ignore the
R5 2400G = 4 cores 3.6 GHz base 3.9 GHz boost clock RX11 Vega graphics
for the card is far superior to onboard graphics.
So, it's a battle for your budget, when it's time to buy, of the the
R5 1600 = 6 cores 3.2 GHz base 3.6 GHz boost clock
R5 3600 = 6 cores 3.6 GHz base 4.2 GHz boost clock (3500 ...
The OP asked for a device for $100.
I think that he won't have much luck acquiring a OnePlus 5-7,Google Pixel XL, Essential, Xiaomi F1 Pocophone.. :3
In any case.
On https://www.xda-developers.com/ can you compare some of the smartphones on the list above against the regarding sub-forums on Xda.Many of devices have so-called 'unofficial' ...
A Gemini (review) (review) with Debian or Sailfish installed
a PinePhone (shipping now for early adopters)
a PineTab (Real Soon Now)
a DIY tablet based on a https://www.pine64.org/rockpro64/ with exactly the display, battery, and case you prefer (I've used cigar boxes)
A Pi-based DIY handheld
Installing the /e/ OS on 89 different phones of ...