Banana Pi (Limited Quantities) [0109-L]
The Banana Pi is an inexpensive, versatile board for those looking to get the most out of their money, or just looking for a board with as many features as possible. With features such as IR capability, a built-in mic and SATA port, you're sure to find the Banana Pi a useful SBC for all of your computing needs!
The Banana Pi is great for things such as a simple file-server, a set-top TV box, or even basic web/email browsing, as well as more complex activities such as development.
- SoC: Allwinner A20 (ARM Cortex-A7 dual-core, 1GHz, Maili400MP2 GPU)
- Memory: 1GB DDR3 DRAM
- Storage: Boots from SD card slot, expandable storage via SATA
- Video Output: HDMI, Composite
- Audio I/O: Onboard microphone, 3.5mm stereo out, HDMI out
- Connectivity: Gigabit Ethernet
- USB Ports: 2x USB 2.0, 1x micro-USB (OTG Capable), 1x micro-USB (for power)
- Misc.: 26-pin headers, camera connecter, display connector for LVDS/touchscreen, 3x buttons (Power, Reset, Uboot)
- Dimensions + Weight: 92mm x 60mm, 48g
- OS: Ubuntu, Debian, Raspbian, Kali, Scratch, etc.
- SD Card (required to boot)
- micro-USB power supply (required to boot)
- HDMI/Composite Video Cable (required for video output, not required if run headless)
- Case (optional)
- Banana Pi forum - http://forum.lemaker.org/forum.php
- None yet, check back later!
- BanaNAS, a simple NAS solution for BPi - http://bananas.gda.pl/en
- Turning BPi into a router - https://github.com/neoedmund/NeoeBpiWifiRouter
- Banana Pi Review - http://www.mikronauts.com/banana-pi/bpi-review/
- Banana Pi USB WiFi Tests - http://www.mikronauts.com/banana-pi/bpi-usb-wifi-tests/