Orange Pi PC2 Is a $20 Quad-Core Computer for Android, Linux

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Orange Pi PC2 Is a $20 Quad-Core Computer for Android, Linux
Highlights
  • Supports video capture up to 1080p at 30fps
  • The board measures 85x55mm and weighs 38 grams
  • Orange Pi PC2 is already available for purchase

Orange Pi might not be a big name in the computer industry but the company seems to be doing all things right to get noticed. The computer manufacturer has come up with a 64-bit quad-core computer that can easily find its utility in several projects. However, the most lucrative aspect about this compact-sized computer is its price, as it costs just $20 (roughly Rs. 1,300).

The new computer from the company, named Orange Pi PC2, has support for Android and Linux operating systems and packs 1GB of RAM. The compact computer board is powered by a H5 64-bit quad-core Cortex-A53 processor. It sports a Mali450 GPU and has support for OpenGL ES 2.0 and OpenVG1.1. The board has a support for camera input and provides video output support for HDMI. It has an IR blaster and audio output support for 3.5mm headphone jack and HDMI.

The Orange Pi PC2 supports video capture in resolutions up to 1080p at 30fps. It comes with an Ethernet port and measures 85x55mm. The computer board weighs 38 grams. This mini-computer can be used for playing games, watching movies, play music, and as a wireless server. It can also be used in other machines because of its open source nature.

The computer is already available for purchase and can be bought from sites such as Ali Express.

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