Gumstix now has Built in OpenGL graphics.
Gumstix launched new versions of its "Overo" gumstick-sized, open-source Linux COM modules. Like the original Overo Earth, the Overo Air (WiFi) module incorporates an ARM Cortex-A8-based Texas Instruments OMAP3503 SoC, while the Overo Water (OpenGL graphics) and Overo Fire (OpenGL/WiFi) modules move up to the OMAP3530.
Whereas the OMAP3503 used by the Overo Earth and Overo Air modules is the low-end version of TI's four OMAP35xx processors, the new Water and Fire modules use the high-end, media-focused OMAP3530. The 3530 adds a C64X+ DSP (digital signal processor) and video accelerator, as well as OpenGL ES 2.0 graphics acceleration via the PowerVR SGX graphics engine licensed by Imagination Technologies.
There is an add-on board that has 10/100 ethernet, HDMI and audio out called Tobi.