- What is a NanoPi Box?
The NanoPi is a Mini sized WiFi Board. It is a capable little computer which can be used in electronics projects, and for many of the things that your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word-processing and games. It also plays high-definition video. We want to see it being used by kids all over the world to learn programming.
Provide the system souce code, you can rebuild the linux system if needed.
- Who Creat the NanoPi?
The FriendlyARM Team Creat the NanoPi Box, The ultimate goal is to provide cheap and tiny Computer board
- Where can I buy one?
You can buy the NanoPi through our website and some country's distributor. we sell all over the world, later we will put some country distributor on our website.
- How much does it cost?
At present, we have the version, NanoPi WiFi Board
The NanoPi price is $16.9USD, plus local taxes and shipping/handling fees
- What do I get when I buy one?
You will get the follow things:
>One NanoPi with/without case
>One USB Cable
- Why is the price in US Dollars?
More country in the world can pay US Dollars, but can't pay RMB.
- Is the device available internationally?
- I want to be a NanoPi reseller.
Wellcome, contact us(firstname.lastname@example.org) and provide your shop info to us, then we will confirm with you the details.
- How to pay in your website.
You can pay it by paypal on our website, if you want to pay by bank T/T, write your needs and mail to email@example.com, we will do the invoice file for you.
- What it the Username and Password for the NanoPi?
The default username for most distro is “root” (without any quote marks) and the default password is “fa” (again, do not include the quote marks). If that does not work, check the information about your specific disto on the download page.
- What is the difference between NanoPi and the Raspberry Pi?
NanoPi is more cheaper, and Smaller, and the same GPIO.
- How do I connect a mouse and keyboard?
The NanoPi has 1 USB that can be used to connect most USB 2.0 devices. Additional USB devices such as mice, keyboards, network adapters and external storage will all connect via a USB hub.
- When will the next version of the NanoPi be released?
We are developing the NanoPi pro.
- What are the dimensions of the NanoPi?
The NanoPi-T1 measures 75mm x 30mm x 20mm, with a little overlap for the SD card and connectors which project over the edges. It weighs 50g.
- What hardware documentation is available?
Doing it now, later will released it.
- What SoC are you using?
The NanoPi use the Cortex-A9 Quad-core Exynos4412, 1.5GHz.
- What is an SoC?
SoC, or System on a Chip, is a method of placing all necessary electronics 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 compressed down into one tidy package
- Why did you select the S3C2451?
Better performance with cheap price.
- How does it boot?
The Linux system can be flash into the MicroSD card.
D. PERFORMANCE AND COST CONSIDERATIONS
- How powerful is it?
- Does it overclock?
- Does it need a heatsink?
- What hardware interfaces does it have?
- Does the NanoPi contain the real time clock (RTC)
- What is the camera board?
- What model camera does the camera board use?
- What resolutions are supported?
- What picture formats are supported?
- How do I use the camera?
- Can I extend the ribbon cable?
- Can I have a camera with more MP’s?
- How much power does the camera module use?