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Cheap Intel SBCs There is not much choice: UP board Atomic Pi ╭───────╥────────────┬─────────────╮ │ Name ║ UP board │ ATOMIC Pi │ ╞═══════╬════════════╪═════════════╡ │ Price ║ > $ 109 │ > $ 35 │ │ Flash ║ 16 - 64 GB │ 16GB │ │ UART ║ 1 │ 1 │ │ GPIO ║ 40 │ 26 │ └───────╨────────────┴─────────...


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There is a series called STM32WB with integrated WiFi and Bluetooth, there is a STM32WB Nucleo available. There is also an F413 discovery board but it doesn't have Bluetooth, WiFi only.


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Take a look at the Udoo Bolt or their other products. Basically that's an x86 SBC with proper RAM slots. Edit: I forgot about dual Ethernet requirement. You could possibly go for a USB 3.0 adapter if it's acceptable.


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A quick search shows you might have some luck with Beaglebone or Beagleboard with regards to emulation. OTOH those boards are cheaper then most JTAG debuggers. I know of three companies manufacturing Cortex-A processors which have openly downloadable documentation: Texas Instruments (theirs are in the Beaglebone) NXP ST Microelectronics


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