NanoPi A64

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€16,90

Here comes another inexpensive Pi development board featuring impressive specs in addition to the support for scores of devices to ensure an enhanced functionality. The NanoPi A64 development board carries AXP803 (Onboard PMU). It also accommodates MIPI-DSI interface and is fully compatible with Raspberry Pi boards. You have the option to use a heatsink to allow the board keeps performing at its best. Remember that the NPi A64 doesn’t feature any pins to accommodate a fan as the company thinks that it doesn’t generate enough heat which could require a fan to cool it down.

NanoPi A64 Specifications

  • Allwinner A64 Quad-Core 64-Bit 1.152GHz Cortex-A53 with DVFS support
  • Mali400-MP2 Graphics Processing Unit fully supportive to OpenVG1.1 and OpenGL ES2.0
  • Features 1GB DDR3
  • 1Gbit RTL8211E Ethernet
  • AXP803 Power management with Software Power-Off support
  • 11b/g/n WiFi connectivity
  • Supports 3.5mm Audio Jack and MIC audio output
  • Contains an Onboard IR Receiver
  • 2x Type-A USB 2.0
  • 54mm pith Serial Debug Port (4pin-header)
  • 1x MicroSD Slot
  • 1x MicroUSB power supply support
  • 5mm pitch FPC Seat (24pin) DVP Camera support
  • 4 Type-A HDMI Video Output support
  • 5mm pitch FPC Seat (30pin) MIPI DSI support
  • 54mm pitch (40pin-header) GPIO (UART, I2C, IO, PWM, and SPI included) is fully compatible with Raspberry Pi GPIO
  • 54mm pitch (7pin) I2C
  • 1x Power Button
  • 1x Power Indication LED
  • 1x System Status LED
  • 6-Layer PCB (ENIG)
  • L x W = 64mm x 60mm
  • Configured for 5V/2A power supply
  • Operating system support for Ubuntu-MATE and Ubuntu-Core (QtE)

NanoPi A64 Description

Despite having a powerful CPU and GPU along with a variety of interface support, the NanoPi A64 lacks the luxury of Android and Debian operating systems. It is small, it is efficient and it doesn’t heat up as much as most of the other Pi boards with 1.2GHz or more. You’ll fall in love it!

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