Electronics enthusiasts, hobbyists and makers may be interested in a new small form factor quad core development board and mini PC which has been launched this week in the form of the Orange Pi Zero.
Priced at just $7 the Orange Pi Zero is a little more expensive than the Raspberry Pi Zero but is equipped with a number of features that set it apart including a full USB port and 10/100 Ethernet jack.
The Orange Pi Zero mini PC is powered by an Allwinner H2 ARM Cortex-A7 quad-core processor supported by Mali-400MP2 graphics and 256MB of RAM together with an option for a 512 MB version. Other features include a microSD card slot a micro USB OTG port, 802.11b/g/n WiFi.
The small mini PC is also equipped with an unpopulated Raspberry Pi B+ header as well as a 13-pin header that supports TV output, a microphone and 2 x USB 2.0 connections. For more information on the open source single board computer that is capable of running android 4.4, Ubuntu Debian and others. Jump over to the AliExpress website via the link below.