I came across the ChaosKey and I remember the time I came accros the entrypy key that was always out of stock. I would really want one to play with, I would like the best open source I can get for under 80 USD.
According to Wikipedia, ChaosKey is FIPS-140-2 and FST-01 (NeuG) is NIST SP800-22 certified.
Now, I must say I don't care about US standard as I'm sure they lower them to make sure everything is NSA friendly. I would rather trust EU standard or something but it's not the norm apparently.
ChaosKey have an output of 10Mbit/s while NeuG (promoted by the Free Software Foundation) have an output of 602 kbit/s.
Now one could say better output mean weaker random numbers, or one is older than the other. So I'm a little bit lost here.
There is also the OneRNG, which output at 350 kbit/s and the BitBabbler White at 2.5Mbit/s.
I'm lost guys, help please.
Sorry if this isn't the right SE to post this, a the time it looked right.