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Kit Pine64+ - 2Gb - WiFi - Case - Keyboard - Power Sypply


Pine64+ Starter Kit - Including keyboard - WiFi - Case - Power Supply

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A Pine64 + 2 Gb of RAM is very nice. You will have to purchase some additional items to use it (power supply, microSD card, etc).

This kit offer the necessary components to start with your Pine64 easily.
You will have a Pine64  with 2Gb of RAM coming along with the WiFi + Bluetooth extension module. You will also receive a power supply, a case and a wireless Azerty keyboard (keyboard +touchpad).
The kit also include a microSD card (+ SD adapter) to burn the operating system for your Pine64. 

Content of the kit

  • The Pine 64 board with 2Go of RAM
  • A microSD card with 16 Go
  • WiFi Bluetooth extension module for the Pine
  • A white case
  • A power supply
  • Mini azerty keyboard + touchpad (with an USB réception key to plug into your Pine).
    A nice interface to create "MediaCenter" experience

About the Pine64

The world of nano-computer mono-board does see newcomers on regular base. Pine64 is one of those boards. Based on the AllWinner A64, the Quad A53 Cores (ARM Cortex, 64 Bits) delivred with a physical Ethernet interface, DDR3 RAM (512Mb, 1Gb, 2Gb depending on the Pine's Model), GPIO (Pi compatible) and other péripherals.

At the heart, we find a AllWinner A64 SoC (System On Chip, the latest killer chip of AllWinner). That SoC has 4 x A53 64 Bits Cortex cores... so the Pine64 offers plenty of power. The AllWinner processors are known by experienced makers as powerful and high-performance chips. The AllWinner chips also propel the OlinuXino d'Olimex A20 Lime 2 and A20 Micro nano-computer).
The A64 is able to handle the H.265 video decompression (30 fps in 4K) or 60 fps in 1080p.

As many nano-computer, the storage is managed by the microSD card (microSDXC)..

The Pine64 does not have a native support for WiFi/bluetooth 4.0 but can be take in charge with an additional module.

This version of the board (the Pine64+) does have a MIPI DSI connector (to wire MIPI interfaced TFT screen) and a connector for touchscreen interface.

Some key features:

  • Processor: Quad-Core ARM Cortex A53 64-Bit.
    • 1.2 Ghz. Overclocking possible if you use heatsinks.
    • Execute 64 and 32 Bits
  • 2x I/O expansion port
    • An expansion port compatible with Raspberry Pi 2
  • Graphical processor: Mali 400 MP2 Dual Core
    • Max resolution: 3840 x 2160 pixels
  • Memory: 2GB DDR3
  • HDMI output 1.4a
  • Ethernet 10/100/1000Mbps (Physiscal Ethernet)
  • Audio output - jack 3.5mm
  • Powering
    • via microUSB 5V
    • via 3.7V Lipo Battery

Some technical resource:


Here is some link that you may think useful.

Experience wanted

The Pine64 is a nano-computer as the Raspberry-Pi but the Pine64 is not a Raspberry-Pi. So we do not recommend this plateform for a first experience with nano-computer.
As you are reading this page you are certainly fluent in english. It is a good thing, so you can rely on the Pine64 starter guide and the Pine64 Forums for help.


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