In the Russian retail there was a single-board computer BFK3.1 based on the Baikal-T1 processor, which is sold for 39,900 Russian rubles, which is about $ 624. According to the description, a single-board computer is designed for debugging system and application software, mock-up of end devices, and also for evaluating the performance of the central processor.
Its use will allow prototyping of software and hardware solutions and shorten the launch time of products in batch production.
The core of the system is a 2-core Baikal-T1 processor with a clock speed of 1.2 GHz and 1 MB of cache memory of the 2nd level. There is one slot for the DDR3-1600 memory card up to 8 GB. The system supports interfaces of 10 Gb Ethernet, 1 Gb Ethernet, PCIe Gen.3, SATA 3.0 ports and USB 2.0.
The single-board computer runs on Embedded Linux 4.4.