UDOO, a small computer with a lot of might – The UDOO (pronounced "you do") brings together the power of four Raspberry Pi's and the popular micro-controller Arduino to create a highly customizable PC for just $100.
Digital Androids – The UDOO board runs on Android and Linux and supports accessories and sensors such as a touch display and the RFID reader.
Remote control – UDOO's makers say the hardware is designed to allow for easy software development and design, so that with just a few steps users can start creating their own projects -- such as this tablet controlled, camera-equipped car -- with minimum knowledge.
For newbies and experts – The rough and ready PC can be used to teach everything from the fundamentals of software development to the most advanced areas. Users can choose the configuration that fits their level of skills and from there move forward in the direction they want.
Programming education for kids – The board can even be used as an educational tool for children, introducing them to the basics of programming through its in-built language "Scratch4Arduino."
Video gaming – Users can plug sensors into the Arduino board, turning it into a controller for video games, like a much cheaper, homemade Wii Balance Board.
Digital urban furniture – Other possible UDOO applications include what its makers call "smart furniture". For instance, users are encouraged to embed sensors into home-furnishings so that they can stream radio -- allowing stations and volume to be controlled with just the swipe of a hand.