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Banana PI M1 is the open source hardware platform which published to assist
ant the Elastos.org open source OS, Banana PI M1 is the dual core Android 4
.2 product which more better than the Raspberry Pi.

Banana Pi M1 series run Android,Debian linux,Ubuntu linux, Raspberry Pi ima
nge and cubieboard imange.

Elastos coordinate multi CUP to from the family cloud entirnment which base
d on the "software/hardware service"

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 easil
y run with the game it support 1080P high definition video output, the GPIO
 compatible with Raspberry Pi and can run the ROM Image directly



Hardware specification

  


CPU  

A20 ARM Cortex(tm)-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 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,

CAN bus,ADC,PWM,+3.3v,+5v,ground.  


LED  

Power Key & RJ45  


Remote  

IR (Optional)  


OS  

Android 4.2,Firefox OS and Linux etc. OS  


Interface definition  


Product size  




Weight  

48g  





Hardware  

  



Hardware connect sketch map

  

  

  



  

Hardware GPIO define



  

image download and support web:  www.banana-pi.org

  

easy to buy a sample:

http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Banana-PI-stronger-then-Raspberry-P
I-512M-Model-B-2-0/302756_1680506877.html

Re: Banana Pi series run Android,Debian linux,Ubuntu linux, Raspberry Pi imange and cubieboard imange.
snipped-for-privacy@sinovoip.com.cn wrote:  

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Hmmmm.....


Chinese SPAM


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Re: Banana Pi series run Android,Debian linux,Ubuntu linux, Raspberry Pi imange and cubieboard imange.
On 22/04/2014 08:03 am, snipped-for-privacy@sinovoip.com.cn wrote:
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How much, and when is it going on sale?

Re: Banana Pi series run Android,Debian linux,Ubuntu linux, Raspberry Pi imange and cubieboard imange.
On Thu, 24 Apr 2014 14:59:52 +0100

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Try reading the post, and clicking on the link.


Re: Banana Pi series run Android,Debian linux,Ubuntu linux, Raspberry Pi imange and cubieboard imange.
On 24/04/2014 15:39, Rob Morley wrote:
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He can't do that. He has to quote the whole damn spammy post again  
(double spaced, thanks Google Groups) and ask a dumb question.

Sheesh!

Re: Banana Pi series run Android,Debian linux,Ubuntu linux, Raspberry Pi imange and cubieboard imange.
Hmmm.  Looks very much like a Cubieboard A20, with the components shifted
around to a close match of the Raspberry Pi layout.

Re: Banana Pi series run Android,Debian linux,Ubuntu linux, Raspberry Pi imange and cubieboard imange.
On Tue, 22 Apr 2014 00:03:57 -0700, lionwang wrote:

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Is dual-core appropriate?
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For small hardware, the eth0 connector takes significant space;
can any wifi-devises plug into eth0-connectors?

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The power consumption ust be substantially MORE than rPi?
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HOW MANY?
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What's an A20 chip?

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Decades ago, the Indian based simputer failed: because their
culture disallowed the evolution of a complementing 'eco-system'.
The collaborative hobby-ist network is needed.


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Google is your friend. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allwinner_Technology

The "Banana Pi" looks OK except for the claim that it can run the
Raspberry Pi ROM image. Since Raspbian effectively bundles the BIOS of the
Broadcom BCM2835 and _not_ the Allwinner A20, that would appear to be BS.

The A20 is used in the A20-OLinuXino-MICRO and Cubietruck.


weak support (in the English-speaking world, at least).

(Amazon.com product link shortened)

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Not necessarily - if the bootloader and kernel were in onboard flash, the rest
of the Raspbian image is essentially a standard ARMv6 distro which a
suitable kernel should be able to use.  Anything GPU-related won't work, of
course.

It appears the Cubie does this with an SD card holding kernel and
bootloader, and you can then have an external USB flash holding the root fs.
I think the original Beagle does that too (in both cases the SD can also
have the rootfs as well if you wish).


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Support is, of course, the biggest question.

Theo

Re: Banana Pi series run Android,Debian linux,Ubuntu linux, Raspberry Pi imange and cubieboard imange.
On Fri, 25 Apr 2014 07:31:56 +0100, Dave Farrance wrote:

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OK, thanks.
As previously indicated it's the 'social eco-system' that trumps
technology. It's your time that matters, more than the CPU's zigaFlops.
But even before they kick-the-tyres, when kiddies see a new motorbike,
they FIRST check the SPEEDO.
My [perhaps to long] post here touches on the HCI of ETHOberon, to show
some of the difficult-to-describe, but valuable HCI facilities available.
I think I'll name it: "Can YOUR system do this?"

Re: Banana Pi series run Android,Debian linux,Ubuntu linux, Raspberry Pi imange and cubieboard imange.
On 4/24/2014 10:44 PM, Unknown wrote:
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One of many:

http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/tp-link/tl-wr703n


Re: Banana Pi series run Android,Debian linux,Ubuntu linux, Raspberry Pi imange and cubieboard imange.
On Tuesday, 22 April 2014 17:03:57 UTC+10, lion wang  wrote:
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stant the Elastos.org open source OS, Banana PI M1 is the dual core Android
 4.2 product which more better than the Raspberry Pi.
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mange and cubieboard imange.
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sed on the "software/hardware service"
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d 4.2.2 smoothly. The size of Banana PI M1 like the credit card, it can eas
ily run with the game it support 1080P high definition video output, the GP
IO compatible with Raspberry Pi and can run the ROM Image directly
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-PI-512M-Model-B-2-0/302756_1680506877.html

Where even is this coming from? Kinda hard to believe this is $50... I look
ed at the pic of it... Wheres the cpu?

Re: Banana Pi series run Android,Debian linux,Ubuntu linux, Raspberry Pi imange and cubieboard imange.
On 17/08/2014 02:44, Thomas Markwell wrote:
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China is the source of the spam, China is the source of the board.

 > Kinda hard to believe this is $50...

$50 and someone is making a profit. Of course, if all you do is take  
someone else's ideas and tweak them, then there's a lot less R&D cost to  
recover.

 >I looked at the pic of it... Wheres the cpu

On the underside of the board.

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