CHIP Pro

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  Manufacturer: Next Thing Co.
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  Category:  SBC / development boards

Product description:

CHIP Pro is a tiny single board computer by Next Thing Co. In addition to the previous model (CHIP), it offers Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and an AXP209 PMU, while lacking the video output from the previous model. It can be expanded through adapters, that add several features to the board. The price has been increased from $9 to $16.



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Manufacturer Next Thing Co.
SoC AllWinner R8 (Next Thing GR8)
CPU ARM Cortex-A8 (32-bit)
1000MHz single core
Co-processing units
GPU (graphics): Mali-400
MCU (real-time):
FPGA (gates):
NPU (neural):
RAM
Size 256MB
Built-in / External:   Built-in
Type (e.g. DDR3): DDR3
Speed: ?
ECC (error correcting) RAM:
Internal storage
Size 512MB
Built-in / optional:   Built-in
Type: ?
eMMC slots
SD card MicroSD card slot, up to 32GB
USB host 1 USB ports
Type: 2.0 (via header)
USB OTG
SATA
Ethernet
Wake-on-LAN    Not supported
HDMI
VGA
Composite video (CVBS)
Display interfaces (LVDS, DSI...)
Camera interfaces (CSI, DVP...)   CSI (x1)
Audio output
Analog output: 1x (unknown port)
SPDIF: x1
I2S: x1
Audio input
Line input:
Mic input: x2
Onboard mic:
IR receiver
Wireless connectivity
WiFi: 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth: 4.2
Mobile broadband:
LoRa:
Other I/O
GPIO: x32
ADC:
PWM: x2
SPI: x1
I2C: x1
UART: x2
RS232:
Arduino shield support    Not compatible.
Raspberry Pi shield support    Not compatible.
96boards compliance    None
Real time clock (RTC)
Other interfaces
  • AXP209 PMU supporting USB power, Charge in, and 2.9 to 4.2V LiPo battery
  • u.FL antenna connector
Size 45mm x 30mm x 3mm
Weight ?
Power Input voltage: 2.9V - 5V
Power consumption: 500mA - 2A
PMIC/PMU (power management) ?
Lithium battery support Supported
Operating temperature ?
Price (might vary over time)
$16
Android support    Not supported
Windows support    Not supported


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