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The NanoPi is a compact sized SOC board. It is based on Samsung's S3C2451 and can be used in electronic projects, IOT applications and etc. It works with mutiple Linux distributions.
The FriendlyARM Team creates the NanoPi. Our goal is to provide easy to use ARM boards with affordable prices.
You can buy the NanoPi either through our website or from some international distributors.
Currently the NanoPi's unit price is $16. This doesn't include any taxes or shipping/handling fees.
You will get the follow items:
>One NanoPi with/without case
>One USB Cable
You can pay it via paypal on our website, if you want to make bank wire transfers please submit your order information to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will reply to you as soon as possible.
The default username for most of the FriendlyARM boards is "root" (without the quotation marks) and the default password is "fa" (without the quotation marks). If that does not work please check the information from your specific disto on its download page.
The NanoPi is more affordable and Smaller than the Raspberry Pi.
The NanoPi has one USB that can be used to connect a USB 2.0 device. If you want to connect more than one USB device to the board you can connect a USB hub to the NanoPi and your devices to the USB hub.
It is 75mm x 30mm x 20mm. It weighs 50g.
Please check the "NanoPi" term on our wiki.friendlyarm.com .
The NanoPi is based on Samsung's S3C2451.
An SoC, or System on a Chip, is a system which contains all necessary electronic components for running a computer on a single chip. Instead of having an individual chip for the CPU, GPU, USB controller, RAM, Northbridge, SouthBridge, etc., everything is integrated into one tiny package.
Better performance with affordable price.
The NanoPi can be booted from a MicroSD card.