NanoPi Duo (512MB)   | add to comparison?

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NanoPi Duo is a truly tiny (50x25mm, 7 grams), low-cost single board computer powered by AllWinner H2+ (4x ARM Cortex-A7), and featuring a breadboard-friendly design. It includes 256/512MB RAM, 10/100 Ethernet, Wi-Fi and 32 GPIO pins, and supports mainline Linux 4.11 kernel, making it a serious contender for most SBCs and MCUs for the price.

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Manufacturer FriendlyElec
SoC AllWinner H2+
CPU ARM Cortex-A7 (32-bit)
1.2GHz quad core
GPU Mali-400 MP2 600MHz
RAM Built-in, 512MB
Internal storage
SD card MicroSD card slot, up to 32GB
USB host 2 USB ports
USB revision 2.0 (via pin header)
USB OTG port
Ethernet 1 port
Type: 10/100
Wake-on-LAN    Not supported
HDMI (audio supported)
Composite (CVBS) 1 port
Display interfaces
Audio output Analog: 1 port (unknown / proprietary port)
Audio input Line In:
Mic In: 1 port
Built-in Microphones:
IR receiver
Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n (Allwinner XR819)
Real time clock (RTC)
Other I/O GPIO: 32 pins
ADC: None
PWM: 1 pins
SPI: Supported, 1 interface
I2C: Supported, 1 interface
UART: Supported, 2 interface
Other interfaces u.FL/IPEX connector for external antenna
SPI flash footprint
OS/Software: U-boot?Linux Kernel 4.11.2 (mainline) , Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS (Xenial)
Size 50mm x 26mm x 3mm
Weight 7g
Voltage 5V
Power consumption (amperage) 300mA - 1.2A
Operating temperature -40°C to 80°C
Type SoM / Embedded module
Price (excluding VAT)
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Android supported    Not supported
Windows supported    Not supported
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