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ASUS Tinker Board  
ASUS
ASUS Tinker Board S  
ASUS
Arduino TRE  
Arduino
pcDuino3B  
LinkSprite
pcDuino3  
LinkSprite
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SoC Rockchip 3288 Rockchip RK3288 TI AM335x AllWinner A20 AllWinner A20
Primary processor
specs
ARM Cortex-A17 (32-bit)
1.8GHz quad core
ARM Cortex-A17 (32-bit)
1.8GHz quad core
ARM Cortex-A8 (32-bit)
1GHz single core
ARM Cortex-A7 (32-bit)
1GHz dual-core
ARM Cortex-A7 (32-bit)
1GHz dual-core
GPU Mali-T764Mali-T764SGX530Mali-400Mali-400 MP2
RAM size 2GB2GB512MB1GB1GB
Built-in RAM
Internal storage 16GB4GB
Removable storage MicroSD MicroSD MicroSD MicroSD MicroSD
m.2 interface(s)
m.2 NVMe support
USB host 44411
USB OTG
USB version 2.02.02.02.02.0
Ethernet 1 port
Type: Gigabit
1 port
Type: Gigabit
1 port
Type: 10/100
1 port
Type: Gigabit
1 port
Type: 10/100
Wake-on-Lan
HDMI
VGA
Composite video (CVBS)
Display interfaces 15-pin MIPI DSI, HD resolution support15-pin MIPI DSI, HD resolution support
Camera interfaces 11
Audio output
Audio connector 3.5mm jack3.5mm jack3.5mm jack3.5mm jack3.5mm jack
HDMI audio
SPDIF
I2S
Line input
Mic input
Onboard mic
SATA
IR sensor
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n802.11 b/g/n802.11 b/g/n802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0+EDRBluetooth 4.0 + EDR
RTC
GPIO 4040121414
PWM 33111
ADC
I2C 22
SPI 22
UART 44
RS232 (or 485 or 422)
Arduino shield support
RPi shield support
Input power, voltage 5V5V5V5V5V
Input power, current 1A - 2A1A - 3A600mA - 2A900mA - 2A1.3A - 2A
Linux support yesyesyesyesyes
Android support Android 6.0.1Android 6.0.1Android 4.4 (beta)Android 4.2Android 4.2
Windows support
Other supported OSes
Size (mm) 86 x 54 x 1886 x 54 x 18115 x 105 x 25??
Weight (g) ?55???
Operating temperature ?????
Price $69$79?$59$79


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