NANOPi K2

€55,80

Equipped with powerful video decoding features and support for a number of video formats, the NanoPi K2 turns out to be an excellent choice for the developers. It has the ability to smoothly stream HD videos and offers an additional DVFS support. If you are working on advertisement machines then NanoPi K2 is the board you should be looking for. It offers top-class multimedia support which makes it a useful solution for advanced projects involving multimedia devices, TV boxes, and entertainment appliances.

NanoPi K2 Specifications

  • Cortex-A53 (1.5GHz) Quad-Core ARM, DVFS
  • Amlogic S905
  • Penta-Core ARM Mali-450 Graphics Processing Unit
  • 2GB DDR3 RAM
  • Supports RTL8211F Ethernet connectivity
  • AP62112 IC 802.11b/g/n Wireless connectivity
  • 4.0 (Dual Mode) Bluetooth
  • 1x Porcelain Antenna (Onboard) supporting Bluetooth and WiFi
  • 1x IPX Interface (Individual)
  • IR Receiver (Onboard)
  • HDMI and Bluetooth audio support
  • eMMC Interface support
  • 12S (7-Pin) Header with 2.54mm pitch
  • Contains a Micro SD slot
  • 4x HOST USB 2.0 (GL825G Hub)
  • Interface: Standard type A
  • 1x OTG Micro USB to supply power to the board
  • SV/2A DC Power Supply
  • Type-A HDMI2.0 to support 4K Video
  • 2.54mm pitch 40-Pin GPIO (12C, UART, PWM, CVBS, SPDIF, and ADC included)
  • Serial Debugging: 4-Pin (2.54mm pitch) Single Row Header
  • The board contains a Power Key
  • One Power LED and One Status LED
  • Compatible with u-boot, Android, and Ubuntu-Core-Xenial
  • L x W = 85mm x 56mm

NanoPi K2 Description 

FriendlyElec has done good to equip the NanoPi K2 with 64-bit Amlogic Quad-Core SoC. The dynamic frequency could go as high as 2GHz which is impressive. The form factor and interface layout are identical to that of Raspberry Pi 3. Good news is that an Android Image for the NanoPi K2 is already available and hopefully, the Ubuntu Image will soon be ready.