Linux supports a large variety of hardware devices such as mice, printers, scanners, PCMCIA and USB devices. However, most of these devices are not required while installing the system.
The Broadcom BCM91250A evaluation board offers standard 3.3v 32 bit and 64 bit PCI slots as well as USB connectors. The Broadcom BCM91480B evaluation board features four 64 bit PCI slots. The Cobalt RaQ has no support for additional devices but the Qube has one PCI slot.