Banana Pi M2M "Magic" vs. OKMX6Q-C SBC

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Banana Pi M2M "Magic"  
SinoVoip
OKMX6Q-C SBC  
Forlinx
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SoC AllWinner R16 / A33 NXP i.MX6Quad
Primary processor
specs
ARM Cortex-A7 (32-bit)
1.2GHz quad core
ARM Cortex-A9 (32-bit)
1GHz quad core
GPU Mali-400 MP2Vivante GC355 / Vivante GC320
RAM size 512MB1GB
Built-in RAM
Internal storage 64GB7.81GB
Removable storage MicroSD SD card
m.2 interface(s)
m.2 NVMe support
USB host 12
USB OTG
USB version 2.02.0
Ethernet 1 port
Type: Gigabit
Wake-on-Lan
HDMI
VGA
Composite video (CVBS)
Display interfaces MIPI DSI (LVDS via header)MIPI DSI/RGB/LVDS/HDMI
Camera interfaces 11
Audio output
Audio connector 3.5mm jack
HDMI audio
SPDIF
I2S
Line input
Mic input
Onboard mic
SATA
IR sensor
WiFi 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz (AP6212) 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0 BLE
RTC
GPIO 4019
PWM 14
ADC
I2C 13
SPI 13
UART 25
RS232 (or 485 or 422) 1
Arduino shield support
RPi shield support
Input power, voltage 3.7V - 5V3V
Input power, current 1A - 2A212mA
Linux support yesyes
Android support Android4.2
Windows support
Other supported OSes
Size (mm) 51 x 51 x 11130 x 190
Weight (g) 40?
Operating temperature ?0 °C – 70 °C
Price $23?


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