Orange Pi Prime
Orange Pi Prime
Orange Pi board family includes another Raspberry Pi 3 rival to its line. The Orange Pi Prime features a powerful Allwinner H5 along with an upgraded graphics processing unit (Mali-540 MP2). The 2GB DDR3 SDRAM and WiFi (BT 4.0) support make OPi Prime something to watch out for.
Orange Pi Prime Specifications
· Cortex-A53 H5 Quad-Core central processing unit
· Mali-450 (Dual Geometry Processors included in addition to the Quad Pixel Processor)
· The Graphics Processing Unit supports OpenGL (ES 2.0) and OpenVG1.1
· Additional GPU support for 163Mtri per sec. and 3000Mpix per sec.
· The Over-Sampled (4X Full Screen) anti-aliasing engine support without even requiring the additional bandwidth
· 2GB DDR3 SDRAM
· The onboard storage support for TF Card up to 32GB and optional NOR Flash
· Onboard Ethernet support (RJ45 1000M/100M)
· Onboard WiFi support for IEEE802.11 b/g/n , 8723BS and BT4.0
· Video input support for connector camera (CSI), NTSC and PAL protocols (CCIR656), Sensor interface (CMOS YUV422 8-bit), and pixel camera sensor (SM).
· Supports video recording at 30 frames/sec. up to a resolution of 1080p
· Support audio input via MIC
· Supports video output including HDMI with HDCP, 30-function HDMI, and HDMI CEC
· Support 3.5mm Jack and HDMI audio output
· Receives power from DC input supply
· GPIO (UART, Ground) (1x3) pin
· 3x 2.0 USB HOST
· 1x 2.0 USB OTG
· SW2 and SW4 (Power and Reset Buttons)
· Raspberry Pi B+ compatibility via 40-Pins Header
· Power LED
· Status LED
· Power/Reset Key (IR)
· Compatible with Ubuntu, Raspbian Image, Android, and Debian
· L x W = 98mm x 60mm
· Weighs 68-grams
Orange Pi Prime Description
The Orange Pi Prime comes with the upgraded Graphic Processing features that aren’t available with the previous Orange Pi boards. The 2GB DDR3 SDRAM is also highly satisfying feature for the users. Slowly but surely, Orange Pi is setting its feet firm across the globe by offering quite satisfying features and functionality support for the developers. These low budget development boards have already proved themselves as a tough rival against Raspberry Pi boards.