The Rock Pi E is a compact SBC based on the 64-bit quad-core Rockchip RK3328 SoC. Features include up to 4GB RAM, microSD and eMMC storage, and I/O including USB 3.0, dual Ethernet, WiFi/BT wireless, and 40-pin RPi-style expansion.
Tiny1284P is a tiny dev board based on the 16MHz-clocked ATmega1284P, featuring a USB Type-C connector for programming and power. Relative to comparable modules built with the ATmega328, it offers 4x flash, 8x RAM, 4x storage — plus, it leverages the Arduino UNO platform.
The UP Xtreme Lite SBC, from Aaeon, taps Intel’s 8th Generation Intel Core i3/i5/i7 SoCs and up to 16GB of RAM. I/O includes SATA III, dual RJ45 GbE, and multiple M.2, USB, PCIe, audio, and serial ports, plus a 40-pin expansion connector.
A tiny, headless SBC based on the 64-bit quad-core RockChip RK3328 SoC along with up to 2GB RAM. I/O includes GbE and 3x USB (2x 3.0 + 1x 2.0), plus a 26-pin expansion header with an assortment of GPIO signals.
The Bokra SAMD21 Lite, based on a 48MHz SAMD21 MCU, is a tiny ultra-low power mikroBUS compatible dev board. Features include 32KB RAM, 256KB flash, and I/O including USB, I2C, SPI, USART, ADC, and DAC, plus a mikroBUS connector.
The Rock Pi 4 model C, based on the hexacore 1.8GHz-clocked Rockchip RK3399 SoC, offers 4GB LPDDR4. I/O includes [email protected] HDMI, MIPI DSI and CSI, dual-band WiFi, BT 5.0, 3x USB, GbE, and a 40-pin expansion header.
Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC based FZ3 Card aimed at deep learning applications, in markets including camera, computation, robotics smart cares, electronic scales, UAVs, etc.
A Pico-ITX form-factor SBC based on NXP’s i.MX8 Max/Quad SoC, along with up to 8GB RAM and 16GB eMMC. I/O includes multiple display, GbE, USB, CSI, and various other I/O ports, WiFi and BT wireless, and microSD and M.2 expansion.
The ODROID-C4 is based on the Amlogic S905X3 SoC, which integrates 4x Cortex-A55 cores plus a Mali-G31 MP2 GPU. The board supports 2.0 GHz operation, and features 4GB DDR4, eMMC and microSD expansion, and interfaces including GbE, HDMI, SPDIF, USB, and 40-pin expansion.
[Updated Jul 30, 2020] — The Raspberry Pi 4, based on a Broadcom quad-core, 1.5GHz Cortex-A72 BCM2711B0 SoC, now up to 8GB RAM. I/O includes dual 4K micro-HDMI ports, full-speed GbE, WiFi/BT, and the usual 40-pin RPi GPIO.
An SBC based on RockChip’s 6-core RK3399PRO SoC, with Arm big.LITTLE tech, plus NPU and a Machine Learning cores. Includes 4GB/2GB system/NPU RAM, 16GB eMMC, SD3.0, mini-PCIe, MIPI CSI/DSI, HDMI, USB, GbE, WiFi/BT, and more.
The Pico-Pi-IMX7 is a sandwich-style SBC (SoM + baseboard) based on NXP’s i.MX7 Dual SoC. Features include 512MB RAM and 4GB eMMC, plus I/O including WiFi, BT, GbE, HDMI, CSI, USB, and SDIO, along with Raspberry Pi compatible expansion.
The Verdin iMX8M Mini SoM supports the full range of NXP i.MX 8M Mini SoCs, with up to 4x 1.8GHz Cortex-A53 cores plus a Cortex-M4/M7, and up to 2GB RAM and 16GB eMMC. I/O includes various GPIOs, CAN, UART, PCIe, and GbE, plus optional WiFi/BT.
A low power, i.MX6ULL-based "sandwich-style" SBC, with 512MB DDR3L RAM, 512MB NAND or 8GB eMMC storage, and I/O including 2x USB and 2x LAN ports, plus 2x 40-pin headers with RPi compatible expansion.
A compact SOM based on a TI 64-bit AM6548 SoC, plus a dual-core MCU and up to 4GB DDR4 and 32GB eMMC. I/O includes LVDS, RGB, MIPI CSI, 6x GbE, USB, SPI, UART, CAN, I2C, PWM, GPIO, and PCIe.