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Banana Pi M2 is a second generation single board computer with an upgraded SoC to provide even more power for computing tasks. It features high performance quad-core SoC, 1GB of DDR3 SDRAM, Gigabit Ethernet, 4 USB, and HDMI connection. It can run on a variety of operating systems including Android, Lubuntu, Ubuntu, Debian, and Raspbian. On the quest to power, the classic pi ate two more cores to make a quad-core super pi. It also aquired new WiFI capabilities and more USB ports; but unfortunately, it left the SATA port behind so you will have to use USB ports to connect a HDD.
Being the brain of SBC, Processor or typically SOC have lots of attributes. This section features such few attributes. If you are looking for more details checkout the datasheet or manufaturer's page linked in this section.
Well !!!Everything is incomplete without the required memory. So this section is all about different kind of memories available in the SBC.
Connectivity section cover all the high level communication ibterfaces like Wi-Fi or Ethernet. Mostly this section tells if a particular SBC is fit for IOT applications or not.
A SBC can't be used unless it has got some GPIO and low level communication interfaces. This section let's you know what your SBC comes with.
Display section is all about different kind of display output from the SBC which includes HDMI and others.
This section covers Camera input to the SBC. As USB cameras are supported by most SBC and mainly driven by Driver or OS, we have not considered USB based camera inputs.
This section is about audio output from the SBC and if it has any other Audio out feature.
Ya it requires energy to drive any SBC.
Although all SBC are OS driven and thus supports all type of programming langauges, this section covers OS and any specific IDE that is useful for the particular SBC.