So anyone seen this thing? http://beagleboard.org/Products/BeagleBone Black It's basically TI's way of competing with the raspberry pi. But it's cpu is faster than a pi, has a NEON coprocessor, has a PowerVR SGX530 on it, 2GB built in storage, and has official android jellybean support which I understand works and is stable. Which to me those are all the pre-requisites to run a Unity game on it. It's only $45 and based on those stats I presume about as powerful as an iPhone 4. Has anyone played with one of these things and actually gotten a Unity game running on it? I've been looking into running a Unity game on a raspberry pi, but it's android support is unofficial, old, and have only read bad reports about android on the pi. Which is unforunate, this article says the pi actually has a way faster GPU than the beaglebone black http://makezine.com/magazine/how-to-choose-the-right-platform-raspberry-pi-or-beaglebone-black/ but that seems kind of weird to me? I would not expect the VideoCore IV to be faster than the Power SGX530. Has anyone gotten Unity to run on either of these devices?