NanoPi2 incredible tiny raspi2 compatible board released!

By on November 4, 2015
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The NanoPi2 quad core Cortex A9 Linux single board computer has been released as a high performance companion to FriendlyARM Computer Company’s NanoPi board. NanoPi2 features a Samsung S5P4418 Quad Core A9 processor at 1.4GHz. The NanoPI2 includes 1GB of 32bit wide DDR3 RAM, different display interfaces, and two MicroSD slots. The on-board AP6212 Wireless and Bluetooth chip provides 802.11 b/g/n, AP mode, BLE 4.0 and HS mode. This is a complete open source project with open source boot-loader, kernel, and file systems. New Wiki and Git Repositories with plenty of tutorials fill out the support system. NanoPi2 sells for only $32 US introductory price and has a 40 pin header compatible with Raspberry Pi and NanoPi, and the FriendlyARM Matrix family if sensors and drivers.

NanoPi2 Features:

SoC: Samsung S5P4418 Quad Core Cortex-A9, 1.4G Hz

RAM: 1GB 32bit DDR3

Storage: 2 x Micro SD Slot

Connectivity: AP6212 WiFi/Bluetooth, 802.11 b/g/n, AP mode, BLE 4.0, HS mode

HDMI: 1 x HDMI 1.4A, Type-A

LCD: 0.5 mm spacing 45 pin interface

Camera: 0.5mm spacing 24 pin DVP interface







GPIO: 40 pin GPIO pin header, compatible with Raspberry Pi’s GPIO pin header

Debug Serial Port/UART0: 2.5 mm spacing 4pin interface

USB: Micro USB 2.0 host Type-A; for data transmission and power input

OS: Android or Debian

PCB: Six-layer

Dimension: 75 x 40 mm

Weight: 22 g

 

Home site: www.friendlyarm.com

NanoPi site: www.nanopi.io

Wiki site: http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/NanoPi_2



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  3. Kevin Estrada Osuna

    April 23, 2016 at 4:13 AM

    can I use the pimoroni Phat DAC on this board? it says it says the gpio pins are compatible but, will it work right out of the box plus whatever code line that was designed for the raspberry pi? or does it need some extra wizardry?

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