Orange Pi 800: armored with 128GB Storage11 June 2023
Shenzhen Xunlong Software released the orange pi 800 with a Rockchip RK3399 hexa-core Cortex-A72/A53 processor and 4GB RAM, an alternative to the raspberry 400, last year. Now they have gotten an upgrade to 128GB of eMMC flash instead of just 64GB. Shenzhen Xunlong Software Co., Ltd. is the world’s leading open-source hardware and open-source software service provider. They provide high quality and low-cost, open-source products from China.
What is Orange Pi 800 ?
Orange pi 800 is a Single board Computer(SBC), which means they have the capability to run a full operating system and a wide range of applications. It is a keyboard computer which works similar to the Raspberry 400. Orange Pi offers a complete personal computer which is squeezed inside a keyboard. It is powerful and easy to use mini Pc on a keyboard. It supports different types of OS, such as Manjaro, Ubuntu22.04, Debian11 and its own. This PC looks like a wired keyboard which needs only a display. After installing it, you can easily control your Orange pi 800. It consists of different ports and a 26 Pin interface reserved on the keyboard, which helps users to complete some basic experimental projects.
This PC comes with HDMI 2.0 and VGA video output. It has Gigabit Ethernet and WiFi 5 connectivity and built-in speakers and microphone along with a few USB ports, and a 78-key QWERTY keyboard, plus a 26-GPIO connector accessible without opening the device.
Orange Pi 800 Specifiactions:
- Supported OS systems : – Orange Pi OS, Manjaro, Ubuntu22.04, Debian11.
- CPU – • RockchipRK3399(28nm HKM Gprocess)
• 6-core ARM® 64-bit processor
• Dual-core Cortex-A72 up to 1.8GHz(large core)+ Quad-core Cortex-A53 up to 1.4GHz(small core)
- System Memory – 4GB LPDDR4
- Storage – 128GB eMMC flash, microSD card slot
- Video Output
- HDMI 2.0 port up to 4Kp60
- VGA port up to Full HD resolution
- Keyboard – 78-key QWERTY Keyboard
- 3.5mm audio (headphone+mic) jack
- Integrated speaker(s) and microphone
- Digital audio via HDMI
- USB – 2x USB 3.0 ports, 1x USB 2.0 port
- Power Supply – Type-C port
- Dimensions – 286 x 122 x 24mm
- Weight – 385 grams
- GPIO– 26-pin GPIO
image source : – orangepi.org
As you can see clearly, the interface of orange pi in the above image. There are three USB ports. One is for USB 2.0 and the other two for USB 3.0. VGA port, MicroSD card Slot, Power Interface, HDMI interface and GPIO Pins interface.
Difference between Raspberry Pi and Orange Pi
Raspberry Pi is also known as RPi or raspi. It is a series of Small Single Board Computers(SBCs) which was developed in the United Kingdom by Raspberry Pi Foundation in association with Broadcom. It can be termed as a small computer which has the capability of surfing the internet, watching high-definition videos and playing light mode games. Pi is mostly used in the field of IOT and is used with weather detection programs, or home automation systems. It is very helpful for students to learn more about IoT systems or many different technologies. Pi has the capability of computing and taught how to program with languages. It supports the Python language outside of the box. Pi is a mini-computer that can serve you like a desktop computer.
This is also another series of single-board computers with all the capabilities that are considered by Raspberry Pi. It was developed by Shenzhen Xunlong Software when there was a huge demand for Raspberry, then a clone of a computer was developed and named Orange Pi. Some basic differences are that Pi is supported by different OS like Linux, Ubuntu, and Android. When compared to Orange Pi, Orange Pi has some cost-cutting with fewer USB ports. It has faster networking and some more heavy features that make it difficult to be as fast as Pi.
We hope that you understand the difference between the Raspberry Pi and Orange Pi.
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