Аналог raspberry pi 3

Top 15 Best Raspberry Pi Alternatives ( Updated 2019 List)

In my previous article, I wrote about Top 4 Best Raspberry Pi 3 Alternatives You can Buy in 2019. As simple as possible, Raspberry pie zero is an incredibly cheap, very small computer.

This is best illustrated by the official announcement posted above, which shows the device side-by-side with a $ 5 bill.

On the one hand, zero cost only 5 dollars. Here in Britain only need 4 pounds, or a pint of beer prices.

But it’s worth noting that the $ 5 bill actually eclipsed the Raspberry Pi Zero.

Here is the list of Best Raspberry Pi Alternatives in 2019

1. Beagle Bone Black ( View on Amazon )

What if we talk about single-board computers designed for more advanced hobby computing fans who love raspberry pi, the BeagleBone Black a single board computer is the company’s offering us fully computer single board like raspberry pi 3 with the priced at just under $50.

So let’s relate about the specs to the Raspberry Pi, with a 1GHz ARM CPU, 512MB of memory and various input ports. It’s also got both analog and digital I/O pins, meaning it can support additional add-on boards such as raspberry pi.

2. BeagleBoard X15 ( View on Amazon )

BeagleBoard X15 launched in late 2016 by the semiconductor giant Texas Instruments (TI) production.

It is based on the Texas Instruments 1.5 GHz clocked Sitara processor (Cortex A-15), PowerVR GPU and 2GB of RAM. It comes with 4GB of onboard storage and supports microSD card expansion.

The BeagleBoard X15 runs Fedora, Android, Ubuntu and many other operating systems. It also supports 1080p video at 60 fps and includes a USB 3.0 compatible port.

The BeagleBoard X15 is the absolute beast, far exceeding the Raspberry Pi 3 in almost every respect. It comes with a more powerful processor than Pi 3 and 1GB of extra RAM.

It also contains 4GB of onboard memory, while Pi 3 does not. In addition, there is not one more port than Pi, but two Ethernet ports.

All of these powerful specifications mean the BeagleBoard has a huge $ 239 price tag. Of course, the BeagleBoard X15 is not for everyone, but if you are an advanced user, do not look at it anymore. If you are looking for a cheaper alternative from the same brand, you should check out BeagleBone Black.

Note:- I have written a post for people looking for the Best Monitor for Raspberry Pi to buy?, do read it If you are interested.

3. Asus Thinker Board ( View on Amazon )

Asus launches the Raspberry Pi clone in the true sense of the word because they just deploy the fully copy clone of raspberry pi, the Asus Tinker Board looks unique to the Raspberry Pi, and about the size and Ports of raspberry pi which is right down to the placement of its various ports same as Raspberry Pi 3.

So about the offer of Asus criticism, however, and the Tinker Board has much to recommend it.

And let’s talk about the efficiency of this board truly faster than the Raspberry Pi 3, for a start, and also when we look at the graphics of it, so this is supported resolutions of up to 4K.

About the price of it is £20 more expensive than the Raspberry Pi 3, we admit the price a high, but it’s one of the faster single-board computers on the market today.

Is Asus Tinker Board is Better than a Raspberry Pi ?

4. Imagination Creator Ci20 Buy

The Creator Ci20, built by Imagination Technologies in the United Kingdom, is a single-board computer for IoT applications and as a desktop.

Debian Linux is preinstalled on the 8GB onboard flash, though it also supports Android.

With built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, the Ci20 is versatile and has a powerful 1.2GHz processor, but Android support makes it a very tempting proposition.

5. NanoPi 2 Fire ( View on Amazon )

The NanoPi 2 Fire shares the same GPIO pin header settings as the Raspberry Pi, which means that items and accessories that use pins should be able to be transferred between the two boards.

Most importantly, it also has 1GB of DDR3 memory, Gbps Ethernet support and quad-core CPU running at 1.4GHz Samsung CPU for only $ 22.99.

6.Banana Pi M64 (View on Amazon )

The Banana Pi M64 is a quad-core 64-bit version of the Banana Pi that runs Android, Debian, Ubuntu on several other operating systems.

Specifications include 1.2GHz eight-core processor (Allwinner 64-bit), dual-core Mali 400 GPU and 2 GB RAM. It has 8 GB of flash memory and supports expansion via microSD card.

It has two USB ports, a USB-OTG port and an infrared receiver. It has built-in WiFi and Bluetooth support. It also supports 1080p video.

The Banana Pi M64 and Raspberry Pi 3 B models are not very different in processing power, but an additional gigabyte of memory is added to the Banana Pi M64 to give it an advantage over the Raspberry Pi 3.

It also comes with 8GB of built-in storage, while Pi does not have any accessible built-in storage.

If you want to connect many peripherals, it’s important to note that the Banana Pi M64 has only two USB ports compared to the four USB ports on the Raspberry Pi 3.

7. Banana Pi zero M2 ( View on Amazon )

It is said that the motherboard supports Android, Ubuntu, Debian and “Raspberry Pi” picture.

The latter obviously means Raspbian for the Allwinner h3 + Linux kernel and U-boot, not the actual Raspbian for the Raspberry Pi images.

But currently only Ubuntu 16.04 and Linux 3.4.113 can be downloaded, the documentation is not ready yet.

You might consider trying the Orange Pi Zero Armbian image, or even the NanoPi Duo Ubuntu 16.04.2 image. These two images may need to adjust the device tree file and WiFi module.

Product page may have more details. Shipping on Aliexpress varies greatly by destination, with reasonable U.S. and German 4-7 dollars, but I see prices in other countries between 15 and 30 U.S. dollars.

8.ODRIOD C-2 ( View on Amazon )

The ODROID-C2, a quad-core 64-bit ARM development board based on the Amlogic S905 processor and 2GB of RAM, is scheduled to be released in early March, but perhaps not surprisingly, Hardkernel decided to launch their latest board, just as the Raspberry Pi 3 launched.

Odroid-C2 is the latest addition to Korean company Hardkernel. Launched in 2016, it comes with a 1.5GHz Amlogic quad-core CPU, Mali 450 GPU and 2GB of memory.

It supports microSD card expansion, with 4 USB ports, infrared receiver and an HDMI port for audio output.

It can run Android and various Linux distributions.

Another advantage of the Odroid-C2 is that it supports 4K video, while Pi 3 only supports 1080p video.

However, the Odroid-C2 does not have onboard WiFi, Bluetooth and 3.5mm jacks, so the Raspberry Pi 3 offers additional benefits in terms of connectivity.

9.ROCK64 Board ( View on Amazon )

Instead of the Allwinner 64 for the Pine A64 board, the ROCK64 is the second ARM Linux board based on the Rockchip RK3328 processor from Pine64, with two Cortex A53 cores on both processors and the Rockchip processor providing faster GPU, 4K @ 60 Hz video support, and USB 3.0 support.

I have an example of an eMMC flash module that I will first test with Android 7.1 because these are the only firmware images currently available on the wiki but Linux will be publicly available on the motherboard at the end of July.

10. UDOO Dual Basic Buy ($46)

Dual Basic although the youngest UDOO lineup, but still a punch. 1 GHz processor, 1 GB of memory, 2D and 3D graphics accelerators, HDMI output, two mini USB ports, two USB-A ports, a built-in micro SD card reader and audio and microphone ports allow you to do any Things you want to do with this little board. It even has Arduino-compatible pins.

Although Dual Basic is currently the best deal on the UDOO card, the UDOO Neo will soon be outdated.

The card combines the features of the Raspberry Pi and Arduino with a 9-axis sensor, WiFi capability and a Bluetooth receiver Starting at $ 50.

It has been successfully funded on Kickstarter but it is not yet available. If this is the case, it may be the best single-board computer.

11.OrangePi Plus 2 ( View on Amazon )

OrangePi Plus 2 is a single-board, open-source computer with a h4 Cortex-A7 CPU and a Mali 400 GPU. GPU brings OpenGL ES 2.0 support.

In the Internet of things, it can be connected to the Internet via RJ45 Ethernet cable and wireless LAN.

It supports video capture of up to 1080 @ 30fps. It has 4 USB 2.0 hosts and 1 USB OTG.

Although the lack of support for USB 3.0 is a bit disappointing. It can run Android, Ubuntu and Debian

OrangePi Plus 2 contains an additional 1 GB of RAM compared to Pi 3, has 16 GB of internal storage, and Pi 3 does not.

In addition, it supports 4K video, while Pi 3 only supports full HD video.

However, Raspberry Pi 3 has built-in support for Bluetooth, which OrangePi Plus 2 does not support.

12. NanoPC-T3 Buy 75$

NanoPC-T3 is a single board computer developed by FriendlyArm. It includes Samsung’s eight-core SoC clocked @ 1.4GHz, Mali 400 GPU and 1GB DDR3 memory.

It supports microSD expansion, WIFI, Bluetooth and onboard microphones. It can run Android 5.1, Debian, Ubuntu Core operating system.

It comes with 8 GB of storage and can be expanded with a microSD card.

It includes 4 USB 2.0 ports, HDMI (support 1080p) and Ethernet support. Other multimedia ports include LVDS, LCD, MIPI-DSI and 3.5mm audio jacks.

13. Orange Pi Zero ( View on Amazon )

The h3 + SoC used on this motherboard seems to be a h4 (no Gbit Ethernet MAC, no 4K HDMI output).

And lets talk about the Orange Pi Zero uses the same datasheet voltage regulator used on the Orange Pi One / Lite to adjust the output voltage driven by two resistors between 1.1V and 1.3V.

The DVFS configuration and settings for the Orange Pi One / Lite are identical on the OPi Zero.

Note that the orangepi.org official operating system image currently uses corrupted settings, causing the VDD_CPUX voltage to remain at 1.3V all the time, causing unnecessary overheating.

14. Le Potato Buy  1 GB$35 , 2GB 45$ 

We can Run Android Nougat on it and a series of Linux-based desktop operating systems, 64-bit quad-core processors. Chronograph with higher speed than Pi 3,4K, HDR10 video output via HDMI 2.0.

Doubling the memory of Pi 3 and also the same as that of Pi 3, should help to increase compatibility and let’s talk about Disadvantages. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on Raspberry Pi 3, lack of Pi 3’s DSI and CSI interface Most unconfirmed manufacturers and in this boards.


Rasbery pi 3 аналоги - Сравнительная таблица

Итак не всем, но некоторым из вас известна машинка под названием Raspberry Pi 3

Raspberry Pi 3


И все бы ничего, но иногда (в смутные времена :))) хочется большей производительности. И вот, чисто для сравнения выкладываю таблицу сравнения:


Понятное дело, что это далеко не все модели. Примерное сравнение производительность по бенчмаркам некоторых топовых моделей:

И вот еще одно сравнение, хотя не честно сравнивать Raspberry 2 и Odroid C2:

Лично у меня в загашнике Odroid C2. Ничего плохого не могу сказать. Быстрый шустрый, единственное есть некоторые проблемы с поддержкой софта. Хотя спустя год ситуация меняется к лучшему.

Пишите ваши мнения в комментах :))



Top 12 Raspberry Pi alternatives (Best of 2018)

  • The LattePanda Alpha 864 is a beast of a board both in terms of price ($358) and performance. This board is powered by 7th-generation Intel Core m3 processor (as found in MacBooks and other laptops), 8GB of LPDDR3 RAM, optional 32GB/64GB of EMMC 5.0 storage, and Intel HD 615 graphics.

    With all this hardware, it's no surprise that this board can run Windows 10 Pro comfortably.

    LattePanda Alpha 864 tech specs:

    • 7th-gen Intel Core m3-7y30 CPU
    • Intel HD Graphics 615
    • 8GB LPDDR3 1866MHz Dual-Channel RAM
    • 64GB eMMC
    • 3x USB 3.0 Type-A
    • 1x USB-C port supporting Power Delivery
    • Dual M.2 ports


    • Powered by a laptop-grade processor
    • Dual M.2 ports
    • USB-C port
    • Ships with Windows 10 Pro

    More information.

  • The Nano Pi Neo4 is the cheapest six-core, single-board computer to be released, ad at $45 the price isn't too bad either. The only downside to this board is that there's only 1GB of RAM, which may introduce a bottleneck for some applications.

    NanoPi Neo4 tech specs:

    • RK3399 SoC featuring ARM-based dual-core A72 and quad-core A53 processors
    • Mali T-864 GPU
    • 1GB DDR3-1866 RAM
    • USB 3.0
    • Built-in Wi-Fi and Gigabit Ethernet
    • PCIe x2 interface


    • Powerful processor
    • Faster RAM than found in the Raspberry Pi 3 B+
    • 4K output support

    More information.

  • ROCK Pi 4 features a six core ARM processor, 64bit dual channel 3200Mb/s LPDDR4, up to [email protected] HDMI.

    It can run Android and also certain versions of Linux, and comes in two models -- Model A and Model B, each model has 1GB, 2GB or 4GB RAM options.

    RockPi 4 tech specs:

    • Rockchip RK3399 SoC featuring a 64-bit hexa core processor with dual 1.8GHz Cortex-72 and quad 1.4GHz Cortex-A53 cores
    • Mali T860MP4 GPU
    • Gigabit Ethernet
    • USB 2.0/3.0
    • Camera interface
    • Model B features Power over Ethernet (PoE)


    • Good documentation
    • Model A and B options allow hardware to be customized for the job at hand

    More information.

  • This is pretty close to being a full-on Raspberry Pi 3 clone, having a similar form-factor, port layout, and feature set. What is stand-out about the Le Potato is that it features HDMI 2.0 support, allowing it to output 4K.

    Le Potato tech specs:

    • 2GHz quad-core A53 S905X
    • Mali-450 MP2 GPU
    • 2GB DDR3 RAM
    • 8GB to 64GB eMMC storage


    • 4K HDMI output
    • Source code available for a variety of platforms, including Ubuntu, Linux 4.14 LTS, Buildroot with Linux 4.9, and Android builds up to and including 8.0

    More information.

  • Looking for a board with plenty of USB ports? this is the board for you!

    In addition to a six-core processor, 2GB of DDR3 RAM, support for 4K displays and hardware-accelerated 4K video playback, the NanoPi M4 also features four USB 3.0 ports, along with a USB Type-C port. It also includes an interface that supports two 13-megapixel cameras.

    • Six cores, 2GHz 64-bit dual-core Cortex-A72 and 1.5GHz quad-core Cortex-A53
    • Mali-T864 GPU
    • 4GB LPDDR3-1866
    • Ethernet
    • 4 x USB 3.0 Type-A ports and 1 x USB Type-C

    More information.

  • The UDOO x86 ULTRA is something special -- it is a powerful x86 maker board and an Arduino 101-compatible platform, combined onto the same board. This combination results in a board that's ten times more powerful than a Raspberry Pi 3.

    Intel Quad Core up to 2.00 GHz

    • 2 GB of RAM
    • 1 x HDMI
    • 2 x miniDP++
    • eMMC 8 GB

    More information.

  • The NanoPC-T3 Plus is the bigger brother of the NanoPi 2 Fire, and features an octa-core processor which has enough power for commercial and industrial applications.

    • Samsung S5P6818 octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 up to 1.4GHz
    • 2GB of DDR3 RAM
    • 8/32GB of flash storage
    • Gigabit Ethernet
    • Two camera interfaces
    • HDMI
    • USB 2.0

    More information

  • A cheap, $12 quad-core powered board that's ideally suited for hobbyists.

    • Allwinner h4 quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 up to 1.2GHz
    • 256MB/512MB of RAM
    • 10/100 Ethernet
    • USB 2.0

    More information

  • The HiKey 970 is essentially a PC running Android.

    Making use of with LPDDR4X 1866MHz memory, and featuring 64GB of UFS 2.1 storage, Bluetooth, WIFI, and GPS , this is a board specifically aimed at developers, especially those looking for maximize accelerated AI capabilities that are not present of most other development platforms.

    At a whopping $299 it's not cheap, but it certainly has the horsepower to handle whatever task you want to throw at it.

    • ARM Cortex-A73
    • ARM Mali G72 MP12 GPU
    • 6GB LPDDR4X 1866MHz RAM
    • 64GB UFS 2.1 flash storage, with Micro SD slot
    • Bluetooth/WIFI/GPS

    More information

  • The MinnowBoard Turbot Dual Ethernet Quad-Core is a powerful quad-core board featuring 2GB of RAM and 8MB of SPI flash storage. It also features twin Ethernet ports for flexible wired connectivity.

    Another awesome feature that this board offers is an M.2 B slot for WAN cards, as well as a SIM slot. This gives the board amazing flexibility... but at a cost.

    At $199 this is not a cheap board, but it does offer a number of high-end features.

    More information

  • As the image shows, the NanoPi NEO Plus2 is a tiny board, less than half the size of the Raspberry Pi, but it packs a performance and storage punch and doesn't skimp on the features.

    • H5 quad-core A53 ARM Cortex processor
    • 1GB RAM
    • 8GB eMMC storage
    • 2 x USB ports
    • Gigabit ethernet

    This board comes in two configurations: 512MB of RAM and 8GB eMMC storage for $32, and 1GB of RAM and 8GB eMMC storage for $44.

    More information

  • The Parallella computer is a high performance, credit card sized computer based on the Epiphany multi-core chips from Adapteva.

    Starting at $99, the Parallella can be used as a standalone computer, an embedded device, or as a component in a scaled out parallel server cluster.

    • 16-core Epiphany RISC SOC
    • Zynq SOC (FPGA + ARM A9)
    • Gigabit Ethernet
    • 1GB SDRAM
    • Micro-SD storage
    • Up to 48 GPIO pins
    • Open source design files
    • HDMI, USB (optional)
    • 5W energy consumption

    More information

  • A coin-sized Linux computer that is totally open-source, and costs $20.

    This is a small, low-cost, totally open-source (both the hardware and software) computer that's ideal for projects such as IoT or building your own custom router.

    • MT7628AN, 580 MHz, MIPS 24K
    • 128MB, DDR2, 166MHz
    • 16M NOR on board, support SDXC up to 2TB
    • 802.11n, 2T2R, speed up to 300Mbps
    • 1 port/5 ports, up to 100Mbps
    • Support USB 2.0, up to 480MBit/s

    I especially like the VoCore2 Ultimate package, which for $44 represents excellent value.

    More information

  • OK, OK, I know that technically the Zero W is a member of the Raspberry Pi family, but this one is too awesome to not list! This has become my go-to board to use for projects. I literally have a handful ready to go at any one time.


    Well, it's not just that it comes in at $10 -- which means I don't have a huge amount of cash tied up in a project -- but also because of the very impressive feature set it offers:

    • 1GHz, single-core CPU
    • 512MB RAM
    • Mini-HDMI port
    • Micro-USB On-The-Go port
    • Micro-USB power
    • HAT-compatible 40-pin header
    • Composite video and reset headers
    • CSI camera connector
    • 802.11n wireless LAN
    • Bluetooth 4

    More information

  • ODROID-XU4 is a new generation of computing device with more powerful, more energy-efficient hardware and a smaller form factor, and costing only $59.

    Offering open source support, the board can run various flavors of Linux, including the latest Ubuntu 16.04 and Android 4.4 KitKat, 5.0 Lollipop and 7.1 Nougat.

    • Samsung Exynos 5422 Cortex-A15 2Ghz and Cortex-A7 Octa core CPUs
    • Mali-T628 MP6 (OpenGL ES 3.1/2.0/1.1 and OpenCL 1.2 Full profile)
    • 2 GB LPDDR3 RAM PoP stacked
    • eMMC5.0 HS400 Flash Storage
    • 2 x USB 3.0 Host, 1 x USB 2.0 Host
    • Gigabit Ethernet port
    • HDMI 1.4a for display
    • Size : 83 x 58 x 20 mm approx. (excluding cooler)
    • Linux Kernel 4.9 LTS

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  • We move to the other end of the price spectrum to a board that's pretty much disposable.

    While the BBC micro:bit is primarily aimed at schools, its low price (about $16) and ease of use makes it a great tool for learning and prototyping on. This one is not only great for kids who might be prone to handling things roughly, but it's also great for those jobs where you don't want to have a lot of money tied up in hardware.

    The micro:bit is powered by a 32-bit ARM Cortex processor and comes with a built-in accelerometer, magnetometer, and Bluetooth.

    A unique feature of the micro:bit is the integrated 5x5 LED matrix that offers 25 individually programmable red LEDs to use as a basic display or output.

    More information


ASUS представил мощный аналог Raspberry Pi с поддержкой 4K видео

Устройство под названием Tinker Board обладает в два раза большим объемом оперативной памяти по сравнению с Raspberry — 2 Гб. Также устройство поддерживает стандарт Gigabit Ethernet, технологию подключения дополнительных устройств и плат SDIO и имеет разъем HDMI 2.0, поддерживающий разрешение 4K.

Устройство работает на модифицированной Debian Linux и уже обладает нужным софтом для передачи потоковой аудио-, видеоинформации внутри квартиры. Устройство точно решит проблемы того, кто запланировал создать домашний медиацентр.

Минусы традиционно начинаются, когда встает вопрос цены. Устройство от Asus стоит $68 против $40 за Raspberry. В пользу последнего также играет огромное сообщество фантов-энтузиастов, образовавшееся за время выпуска микрокомпьютера и годы разработки и поддержки. У новичка не возникнет проблем с получением совета или с идеями для применения компьютера. Tinker Board пока не может обещать такой поддержки.

Японские инженеры удвоили КПД солнечных элементов

В феврале 2015 года основатель Raspberry Pi Foundation Эбен Аптон объявил о продаже 5 миллионов микрокомпьютеров. Спустя полтора года эта цифра выросла уже до 10 млн. Применение Raspberry Pi ограничивается только воображением. Например, летом стартовал сбор средств на производство карманного сейсмографа на базе этого микрокомпьютера.


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