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Banana Pi M4 RTD1395 with 8GB eMMC

by Banana Pi
551 kr

The BPI-M4 also known as Banana Pi M4 comes with a Realtek SoC RTD1395 Cortex-A53. The processor is based on 64-bit architecture and has four cores. In addition to the quad-core SoC, Banana Pi M4 has an 8GB eMMC. The board carries a Mali470MP4 Graphics Processing Unit. RAM on the BPI-M4 is 1GB DDR4 and you can also use the optional 2GB RAM on this Mini PC. The eMMC flash is compatible with max. 64GB and there is also a MicroSD slot that is compatible with up to 256GB Card. Banana Pi M4 has an onboard WiFi module 802.11 b/g/n/ac. It also has BT 4.2 module. The interfaces include a Type-C USB port, HDMI, PCIe 2.0, Audio Jack and 4x USB 2.0 ports.  

Specs of Banana Pi M4 RTD1395 with 8GB eMMC

  • Processor: Quad-Core Realtek RTD1395 Cortex-A53
  • Architecture: 64-Bit
  • Graphics Processing Unit: Mali470MP4 / Supports OpenGL ES 1.1/2.0
  • Memory (Standard on BPI-M4): 1GB DDR4
  • Optional Memory Extension: 2GB RAM
  • Flash: 8GB eMMC (compatible with up to 64GB)
  • Ethernet: 10/100 Mbit/s Ethernet
  • WiFi: Onboard 802.11 b/g/n/ac WiFi module
  • Bluetooth: BT 4.2
  • HDMI port for Video Output
  • Multi-channel Audio Output supported
  • 5mm Audio Jack supports Audio Output
  • 265/H.264 1080p 2K and 4K supportive
  • USB 2.0 / Key-E PCIe 2.0 Slot
  • 4s 2.0 USB Ports
  • 1x USB 2.0 Type-C Port
  • 40-Pin GPIO Header including GND, SPI, PWM, I2C, 5V/3.3V/ UART
  • 1x U-Boot Switch
  • 1x Power LED
  • 1x Status LED
  • 1x Power Button
  • 1x Reset Button
  • PoE power compatible
  • Type-C MicroUSB 5V/2A Power Compatible
  • Supports Linux and Android Operating Systems
  • Weight of the BPI-M4 board is 48 grams
  • Banana Pi M4 board dimensions are 92mm x 60mm

Description

Realtek TRD1395 Quad-Core 64-bit and Mali 470MP4 enable Banana Pi M4 to perform better than its predecessors. The good news is that you have the option of upgrading the RAM from 1GB (Standard on M4) to 2GB. The BPI-M4 has a built-in streaming engine and embedded cache 512K L2. On the basis of specs-price comparison, the BPI-M4 is not a bad choice.