While it's neat and all, the specs are very low with only 1gb ram. You can get a one of the new RPI with 4gb ram for $55. Granted, the FreedomBox comes with a 4 hour battery and case but it isn't even close to what the Raspberry Pi specs:
Dual Core ARM Cortex-A7 processor running at 1GHz
two USB 2.0 ports
one USB-OTG port
native Gigabit Ethernet
native SATA drive support
HDMI port (not usable with the FreedomBox software, since FreedomBox is only accessible through a web-based interface)
Raspberry Pi 4 (1gb, 2gb or 4gb):
Quad-core 1.5GHz Broadcom CPU, up from 1.4GHz in the previous model.
500MHz VideoCore VI GPU, up from 400MHz previously.
A USB Type-C port for power, rather than Micro USB.
Two Micro HDMI ports which can power two 4K monitors at 30fps, or a single 4K monitor at 60fps alongside a 1080p display.
Two USB 3 ports and two USB 2 ports, up from four USB 2 ports.
A Gigabit Ethernet port which is no longer throttled by a USB interface.
Bluetooth 5.0 rather than 4.1.
Dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi.
A microSD storage card with a theoretical maximum transfer rate of 50 Mbps, up from 25 Mbps.
A 40 pin GPIO connector with support for three more interfaces; I2C, SPI, and UART.
It's just not comparable to the latest offerings. If I had a use for one, I would get the new Pi 4GB and maybe try out the FreedomBox software as it's available to download. I may download it and use it with my old Rpi B+ as it has about the specs of the freedombox but with more usb ports.
I've bought 3 different models of the RPi over the years and they all sit on the shelf unused.