I was wondering why they are only available in dual Voltage? It would simplify life so much for applications where only very low number of IO is needed to just need 3.3V and you are ready to go. Is there restrictions regarding heat dissipation or is it just marketing considerations? Because then I would start reconsidering....
That is a good question. All of our FPGAs have different specifications so people use different devices differently. I would advise you to check on our FPGA catalog to see which FPGA suits your designs. Here is the link for you: https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/programmable/us/en/pdfs/literature/sg/product-catalog.pdf
I am aware of the list. It was more like I see a potential market. Maybe it can be considered in future. As cheap CPLD replacement. Price for dual voltage types is in that range already.