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OrangePi Plus 2 and OrangePi 3 are coming!

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Post time 2016-3-1 03:23:22 | Show all posts

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Post time 2016-3-1 04:34:17 | Show all posts
@melanrz
I don't think buying this board will be a good choice. There is another board presented at the same day as the rasp 3 and that board  is surely the better choice.
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orangepi plus, olinuxino A20, cubieboard A10, mele A2000 .....

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Post time 2016-3-1 04:52:43 | Show all posts
fritz replied at 2016-3-1 04:34
@melanrz
I don't think buying this board will be a good choice. There is another board presented at  ...

odroid c2,no wifi,bt,no csi for cam,10e more expensive,for 2Gb ram(for what??),gigabit eth ok,waiting for opi3

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Post time 2016-3-1 05:36:15 | Show all posts
melanrz replied at 2016-2-29 20:23
https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/raspberry-pi-3-on-sale/

They really managed to put a turbo on the bicycle with the Raspi 3 :

- Quadcore ARM8 64bit with a 32bit OS plus new power supply 2.5A ( + bucket of water ? )
- integrated USB2-hub with SnailLan100 extension battling for some external connections
- Wlan/BT ( the good news )
- IoT-ready ( able to load a console-program dubbed Windows10 named after the M$ OS-parody )

If ( unfortunately "if" ) OrangePi would care for its customers and provide at least some basic support,
the new cheaper boards could be a very valid alternative to the RasPIs.


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Post time 2016-3-1 22:27:06 | Show all posts
i'm still waiting for a >50$ board, that has native usb3/sata AND gigabit ethernet. So far nothing (well there is xu4, but its too expensive)

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Post time 2016-3-2 01:20:33 | Show all posts
melanrz replied at 2016-2-29 21:52
odroid c2,no wifi,bt,no csi for cam,10e more expensive,for 2Gb ram(for what??),gigabit eth ok,wait ...

http://www.cnx-software.com/2016/03/01/raspberry-pi-3-odroid-c2-and-pine-a64-development-boards-comparison/
@melanrz, I don't care about wifi or BT on board, never used and usualy they have a very limited range.
Time will tell, who will be "the winner"

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Post time 2016-3-4 15:54:24 | Show all posts
hojnikb replied at 2016-3-1 22:27
i'm still waiting for a >50$ board, that has native usb3/sata AND gigabit ethernet. So far nothing ( ...

Somewhat of an oldie but goodie: a pogoplug 4 has all that and can be found for around $5-$15 usd
Depending on what you want to use it for, these can be great little devices. (with mainline kernel support)

Although it may be a little underpowered compared to all the new Raspberry/Orange/Banana-Pi's.

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Post time 2016-3-8 06:36:57 | Show all posts
Edited by rupy at 2016-3-8 22:48
hojnikb replied at 2016-3-1 22:27
i'm still waiting for a >50$ board, that has native usb3/sata AND gigabit ethernet. So far nothing ( ...

I'm with you on this one, actually ordered a XU4 yesterday.

We need USB3 capable bus on all SBC, the CPUs are way more powerful than the bus can handle now!

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Post time 2016-3-11 07:59:22 | Show all posts
They send a message - "sbc boards are not for data I/O". Get over it.

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Post time 2016-3-18 07:45:02 | Show all posts
I'm still waiting for some company to release a ~60$ board with a quad A72, capable of doing daily computer tasks with no problems, perfect to achieve any kind of task, but seems that they only stay on the slow side, with A53.
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