After reading the posts above, I ordered the Libre ALL-H3-CC 1Gb from the Amazon Prime link in the post above. Since it has the same form-factor as the Raspberry Pi 3, I also ordered a case with fan and power supply at the same time. After reading some reviews, I also ordered the heatsink for it. These all came from Amazon Prime.
I received them this last weekend and assembled it over the weekend. I did run into an issue when the Libre heatsink mounting post hit the corner of the case.I used a dremel tool to remove part of the corner of the case to clear the heatsink post. Of course, if I had used the 3 heatsink that came with the case I wouldn't have had to modify the case. However, these are for the Raspberry Pi 3 and are smaller. Other than that issue, it was easy to complete.
I loaded the SD card with the lastest firmware and turned it on. I got the Basic Engine logo and a blinking cursor. The HDMI monitor is a TV and the screen over scans the case opening. I am losing the edges of the screen. I tried it with VGA and a PC and the screen goes to the edge on it also. I will have to see if there are adjustments on the monitor.
I took photos while I built this project and when I figure out how to attach them, I will add them to the post. Now comes the fun part, learning to use it.