I have a Raspberry Pi 3B+ which I think is really neat, being small but able to run some flavors of Linux. I would love to run Haiku on it, but it doesn’t seem like ARM support is far enough along for that (although I haven’t tried any of the Pi 2 images).
I also can’t run Haiku on any of my computers because it won’t boot (I’m guessing it’s a EUFI thing).
So, I thought, what would be a low cost ($99 to around $200US) mini PC with an x86 processor that could run Haiku? I’ve looked at… a lot of them, but always get hung up because there’s quite a lot of choice (2GB,4GB,8GB of RAM, Atom, Celeron, Pentium processors, etc.). I’m not quite sure what a minimum for Haiku would be, but I’m thinking around 4GB of RAM and a quad core processor.
And then I have to wonder which ones have BIOS and which have EUFI. Or if it would still boot even with EUFI. And so on.
Anyway, I thought I would ask and see if anyone is using any of these mini PCs from Zotac, Gigabyte, Asus, UP Board, or the like. If you are, and you like it, I’d be happy to take recommendations.