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Miniature ARM Quad Core Cortex-A7 Development Board Supports Ubuntu And Android

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NanoPi NEO is an Allwinner H3 based ARM board

The NanoPi NEO is an ARM-Processor-based development board designed and released by FriendlyARM for hobbyists, makers and electronic fans. The board's dimension is only 40 x 40 mm. 

It is open source, and it works with Ubuntu MATE, Debian, and more Linux variants.

The NanoPi NEO uses the Allwinner H3 SoC. It integrates Ethernet. Power is supplied via the MicroUSB port

Despite being such a small board, it still integrates rich interfaces and ports. Besides the popular Ethernet, USB-Host, USB-OTG, it has an onboard a serial debug port and a 36pin GPIO pin header.

The NanoPi-NEO wiki page provides FriendlyARM open sources, including schematics, PCB, bootloader, kernel, and file systems, and there is an abundance of tutorials and code samples.


  • CPU: Allwinner H3, Quad-core Cortex-A7 Up to 1.2GHz
  • DDR3 RAM: 256MB/512MB
  • Connectivity: 10/100M Ethernet
  • USB Host: Type-A x 1, 2.54 mm pin x 2
  • MicroSD Slot x 1
  • MicroUSB: OTG, for power input
  • Debug Serial Port: 4Pin, 2.54 mm pitch pin header
  • Audio input/output Port: 5Pin, 2.0mm pitch pin header
  • GPIO: 2.54mm pitch 36pin. It includes UART, SPI, I2C, IO etc
  • Power Supply: DC 5V/2A
  • PCB Dimension: 40 x 40 mm
  • Working Temperature: -20℃ to 70℃
  • Weight: 14g(WITHOUT Pin-headers)
  • OS/Software: u-boot, UbuntuCore and Android

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Open1768 - LPC1768 ARM Cortex M3 Development Board With MCUXpresso IDE

Open1768 - LPC1768 ARM Cortex M3 Development Board With MCUXpresso IDE

Open1768 is an ARM Cortex-M3 development board that features an LPC1768 device as the microcontroller. It supports further expansion with various optional accessory boards for specific application. The modular and open design makes it the ideal for starting application development with ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller.

The MCUXpresso IDE brings developers an easy-to-use Eclipse-based development environment for NXP MCUs based on ARM® Cortex®-M cores, including, among many others, the LPC series processors.

The MCUXpresso IDE offers advanced editing, compiling and debugging features with the addition of MCU-specific debugging views, code trace and profiling, multicore debugging, and integrated configuration tools.

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