NanoPi M1

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  Manufacturer: FriendlyElec
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  Category:  Single board computer

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Product Specifications

Manufacturer: FriendlyElec
SoC: AllWinner H3
CPU: ARM Cortex-A7 (32-bit)
1.2GHz quad core
Coprocessors:
GPU (graphics): Mali-400 MP2
MCU (real-time):
FPGA (gates):
NPU (neural):
RAM:
Size 512MB
Built-in / External:   Built-in
Type (e.g. DDR3): DDR3
Speed: ?
ECC (error correcting) RAM:
Internal storage:
Size
Built-in / optional:   Built-in
Type: ?
eMMC slots:
SD card MicroSD card slot, up to 32GB
USB host ports 3 USB ports
Type: 2.0
USB OTG ports
SATA interfaces
Ethernet interfaces 1 port
Type: 10/100
Wake-on-LAN    Not supported
HDMI 1 port
Version: ?
Max. resolution: ?
Audio support:
VGA
Composite video (CVBS) 1 port
Display interfaces (LVDS, DSI...)
Camera interfaces (CSI, DVP...)   CSI (x1)
Audio output
Analog I/O: 1x (via 3.5mm jack)
Via HDMI:   Supported
SPDIF: x1
I2S: x1
Audio input
Line input:
Mic input:
Onboard mic: (1 mic)
IR receiver
Wireless connectivity
WiFi:
Bluetooth:
Mobile broadband:
LoRa:
Other I/O
GPIO: x40
ADC:
PWM: x1
SPI: x2
I2C: x2
UART: x3
RS232:
Arduino shield support    Not compatible.
Raspberry Pi shield support    Compatible pin header
96boards compliance    None
Real time clock (RTC)
Other features
Raspberry Pi-compatible 40-pin header
4-pin debug serial port
Size 64mm x 56mm x 15mm
Weight ?
Power Input voltage: 4.95V - 5.05V
Power consumption: 1A - 2A
PMIC/PMU (pwr mgmt unit) ?
Lithium battery support ?
Operating temperature ?
Price: (might vary over time)
$11
Android support    Supported
Windows support    Not supported


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