Don’t you wish you could have a reset option in your life so that you could start all over again? Well, the NanoPC-T2 has the reset, power, and function. You can bring out the LEDs on the front panel. With the added feature of microUSB and power supply to turn up the boards, it does not matter if you are in America or UK as the plug is adaptable everywhere. 

NanoPC-T2 Specifications


  • Samsung SSP441 with 1.4GHz Quad Core Cortex-A9 Processor
  • AXP228 PMU which supports software wake up and power-off
  • 1GB DDR3 RAM
  • b/g/n WiFi connectivity
  • Dual mode 4.0 Bluetooth
  • eMMC 8GB storage support
  • SD Card Socket
  • RTC Battery Seat
  • Ethernet Port
  • IPX Interface with Porcelain Antenna
  • A couple of camera interfaces for DVP Camera and MIPl-CSI
  • Type-A HDMI with LVDS/ LCD / MIPl-DSI with four video output interfaces
  • Onboard microphone with 3.5 mm audio jack
  • 4x 2.0 USB Host
  • 1x 2.0 type-A MicroUSB
  • Power LED and GPIO LED
  • 8-8-8 RBG full color, 0.5mm pitch 45 pin FPC seat
  • 1080p Type-A HDMI support
  • 24 pin FPC seat with 0.5mm pitch
  • 30 pin header 54 mm pitch GPIO
  • 0.54mm pitch 4pin header for Serial Debug Port
  • Reset and Power Keys
  • 5V/2A Power
  • Mounting holes with Heatsink
  • Six-Layer PCB
  • L x W = 100 mm x 60 mm

NanoPC-T2 Description 

Unlike the Orange Pi which would get very hot with heatsink attached, the Samsung S5P54418 has a quad-core Cortex-A9 of 1.4 GHz only gets lukewarm, all thanks to Armbian. The power supply on the wall does get a little warm but nothing too excessive.

The Nano PC-T2 has many features that the Pi3 does not have like faster Ethernet, eMMC 8GB, ability to use full-size SD, microphone onboard, different LCD interfaces, 2 USB hosts on 0.1” connectors. But the boards have lesser standard USB connectors as compared to the Pi3.