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The Banana Pi M1 Board detailed document on [https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m1/content/en/ Banana Pi M1 Gitbook Page]
The Banana Pi M1 Board detailed document on [https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m1/content/en/ Banana Pi M1 Gitbook Page]
Neither Banana Pi nor Shenzhen SINOVOIP Co.,Ltd. have a direct relationship to the [[Raspberry Pi Foundation]], though its similarities are clear.<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.techrepublic.com/pictures/raspberry-pi-five-alternative-boards-for-hackers-and-modders/5/ |title=Raspberry Pi: Five alternatives for hackers and modders |newspaper=TechRepublic |last=Heath |first=Nick |date=21 May 2014}}</ref> "Linux User & Developer" does not consider it a "direct clone, but a considerable evolution," whilst linux.com similarly sees it as a clone with improved performance.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.linuxuser.co.uk/reviews/banana-pi-review-tastier-than-raspberry |title=Banana Pi review – tastier than Raspberry? |website=Linux User & Developer |first=Gareth |last=Halfacree}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.linux.com/news/embedded-mobile/mobile-linux/771048-raspberry-pi-clones-match-the-connectors-but-boost-the-firepower |title=Raspberry Pi Clones Match the Connectors, But Boost the Firepower |first=Eric |last=Brown |newspaper=Linux News |date=24 April 2014 }}</ref>  The board layout is very similar to the Raspberry Pi board, though it's about 10% larger and the relative spacing of some connectors varies. Not all Raspberry Pi accessories will fit as a result.

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Banana Pi M1

Template:Infobox computer The Banana Pi M1 is a business card-sized and low-power single-board computer featuring a high performance AllWinner dual-core SoC at 1 GHz, 1GB of DDR3 SDRAM, Gigabit Ethernet, SATA, USB, and HDMI connections. It can run a variety of operating systems including Android, Lubuntu, Ubuntu, Debian, and Raspbian.

Banana Pi M1
CPU A20 ARM Cortex -A7 Dual-Core
GPU ARM Mali 400 MP2; Complies with OpenGL ES 2.0/1.1
Memory 1GB DDR3
Network 10/100/1000 Ethernet 8P8C (1000BASE-T)
Video Input A CSI input connector allows for the connection of a designed camera module
Video Outputs HDMI, CVBS, LVDS/RGB
Audio Outputs 3.5mm jack and HDMI
Power Source 5 volts DC via Micro USB or GPIO
USB 2.0 ports 2 (direct from Allwinner A20 chip)
LED Power Key & 8P8C
Storage SATA 2.0,

The Banana Pi M1 Board detailed document on Banana Pi M1 Gitbook Page