The Banana Pi M2 Ultra is a new single board computer powered by an AllWinner R40 SoC (quad-core ARM Cortex-A7, Mali-400 MP2 GPU), and it’s equipped with 2GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage, Micro-SD card slot , on board Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0 support and header pin-out, fully compatible with the Raspberry Pi board.
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$30 NanoPi M1 Plus Has a Smaller Footprint Than a Raspberry Pi
It’s tough to overpower the value on offer with a Raspberry Pi$38.31 at Amazon online marketplace. You have a very capable Linux PC in a credit card-sized package. But there are several areas where it may be improved upon, især, the deficiency of on-board memory. Det er her den NanoPi M1 Plus fra FriendlyElec virkelig skinner. It’s attempting to tackle the Raspberry Pi by adding on on-board memory. Additionally it is two-thirds the dimensions and just charges $29.99.
The 64-by-60mm NanoPi M1 Plus utilizes an Allwinner H3 quad-core Cortex A7 central processor running at 1.2GHz. That’s backed up by a Mali 400MP2 GPU running at 600Megahertz along with 1GB of DDR3 RAM. Storage can be enlarged employing a microSD card, but distinct from the Raspberry Pi, this single circuit board comes with 8GB of eMMC storage as standard. That is more than enough for an operating platform.
Hvad mere, FriendlyElec comes with support for operating Ubuntu MATE, Ubuntu Core, and even Debian. Also there is a Gigabit Ethernet port, 802.11b/g/n wireless, en infrarød sensor, BT 4.0, mic, HDMI v1.4 med understøttelse af op til 1080p billedopløsning udgang, tre USB 2.0 havne, Mikro-USB til strøm, as well as power and reset control buttons. The 40-pin GPIO will also be working with the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO.
Til $30 you will receive the board, et strømkabel, og antenne. You will find there’s a ton of optional add-ons to get which include a 5Mega pixel camera component, heatsink, GPS component, 3-akse digital kompas, and many others hinting that FriendlyElec aims to hit the ground running against the well-known Raspberry Pi line-up.
It seems the NanoPi M1 Plus will not likely challenge the Raspberry Pi’s popularity, but that’s to a large degree simply because of the Pi already getting a better established ecosystem around it. If all you need is a tiny single-board desktop computer, yet, the NanoPi is undoubtedly worth a peek.
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NanoPi M1 Plus: Tiny pc, der kører Ubuntu
FriendlyElec frigiver Ubuntu Linux-klar NanoPi M1 Plus — -en $30 Raspberry Pi morder
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