Ewell Banana Pi Dual core Raspberry Pi-Like devepment Board with Gigabit ethernet Port, SATA Port
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- Raspberry pi -like sinle credit card computer with Gigabit ethernet port, SATA port
- Dual-core CPU ,higher performance than respberry Pi
- Support Android4.2 and linux other branch
- Open source hardware
- easy to diy
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Banana PI M1 is a open source hardware platform which can run Android,Debian linux,Ubuntu linux imange.
Banana PI hardware: 1Ghz ARM7 dual-core processor, 1GB DDR3 SDRAM,\
Banana PI with Gigabit ethernet port, SATA Socket. It can run with Android 4.2.2 smoothly. The size of Banana PI M1 like the credit card, it can easily run with the game it support 1080P high definition video output, the GPIO compatible with Raspberry Pi and can run the ROM Image directly. Product information:
CPU:A20 ARM Cortex-A7 Dual-Core
GPU:ARM Mali400MP2Complies with OpenGL ES 2.0/1.1
Memory (SDRAM):1GB DDR3 (shared with GPU)
Onboard Storage :SD (Max. 64GB) / MMC card slot UP to 2T on 2.5 SATA disk
Onboard Network:10/100/1000 Ethernet RJ45,optional WIFI
Video Input:A CSI input connector allows for the connection of a designed camera module
Video Outputs:HDMI, CVBS , LVDS/RGB
Audio Output :3.5 mm Jack and HDMI
Power Source:5 volt via MicroUSB(DC In Only) and/or MicroUSB (OTG)
USB 2.0 Ports:2 (direct from Allwinner A20 chip) Buttons :Reset button: Next to MicroUSB connector
Power button: Next to Reset button
Boot button (Optional): Behind HDMI connector
GPIO(2X13) pin :GPIO,UART,I2C bus,SPI bus with two chip selects,
LED:Power Key & RJ45
Remote :IR (Optional)
OS :Android 4.2,Firefox OS and Linux etc. OS
Product size :92 mm × 60mm
Detail user guid *1
Note : The board need 5V 2A adapter，if you need use the 2.5 inch sata ，it need 2.5 A 5v iadapter ，or the board can，t work
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Disclosure: I have longtime experience with the Cubieboard / Cubietruck and bought the Banana Pi to be a possible live demo for Squid caching proxy server. Long story short: It is not suitable.
I put a high-quality 32GB Samsung microSD card in it (fast) with Linux Lubuntu 14.04 LTS but the board keeps powering down at random whenever you put ANY strain on the CPU! This is after much experimentation over the last 48 hours, and finally I am DONE. I can't be bothered to reclaim my train of thought when the board dies for the 50th time in the middle of editing a config file!
It had issues with my Samsung HDTV (1080p HDMI) -- it would boot up to a certain point with kernel messages, and then DIE before login - so I had to put it on a HDMI -> DVI cable and attach it to my computer monitor.
I put a fan on it to cool the CPU (which has a heatsink mounted on it.)
I put it on a dedicated Anker USB3 hub to power it (which BTW has been powering my Cubietruck steadily for HUNDREDS of days of uptime.)
Nothing is working. It will run for about 10 minutes and then DIE, even when being actively cooled. It stops connecting to the squid daemon in the middle of apt-get updates and then BAM, power off.
My advice: Buy a Cubietruck instead. It requires a few tweaks, but I have had almost a full year of uptime on that board - barring power loss. (A UPS helps.)
Note: Make sure you use an appropriate power supply for it and that you use a USB hub for anything much more than a keyboard/mouse or single thumb drive otherwise you could have instability issues if your USB devices draw too much power.
Gigabit net, gigahertz cortex cpu, gig of RAM. Onboard SATA and other stuff.
Easy to set up with bananian, though not as slick as raspbian.