Other Products using RK3399

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Other Products using RK3399

Unread postby elatllat » Fri May 11, 2018 8:22 am

Because the other topic is locked.
(pricing for the 4GB versions)

Available:
- $80 RockPro64 ( 1 month pre-order)
- $106 Dragonbest H96 (Android only)
- $129 NanoPC-T4
- $209 firefly-rk3399
- $300 ASUS Chromebook Flip
- $500 Samsung Chromebook Plus OP1
- slightly different SOCs
- - $80 ROC-RK3328-CC

Vapor ware / hard to get;
- $110? Odroid N1
- Excavator sapphire
- RK3399-Q7
- Orange Pi RK3399
- rico-3399
- Rock960
- iFive 2-in-1
- Techvision 2-in-1
- FenMi TV box
- Ugoos UT5 TV box
- PiPo V5 Android VR Headset
- slightly different SOCs
- - $100? RockPro64-IA
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Re: Other Products using RK3399

Unread postby elatllat » Fri May 11, 2018 8:51 am

So unless I missed something $209 is the cheapest option for a rk3399 running GNU/Linux currently.
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Re: Other Products using RK3399

Unread postby luchezar » Tue May 29, 2018 11:24 pm

A new RK3399-based SBC (or nanocomputer as I call them) appeared – the NanoPC-T4 ($129 including a heat sink, power supply adapter, 2 antennas, a top and bottom acrylic plates for a "case", and fasteners). It has 4 GB RAM and 16 GB eMMC onboard, and an M.2 2280 connector for an NVME PCIe-x4 SSD or other devices for this bus.
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Re: Other Products using RK3399

Unread postby rooted » Wed May 30, 2018 12:24 am

luchezar wrote:A new RK3399-based SBC (or nanocomputer as I call them) appeared – the NanoPC-T4 ($129 including a heat sink, power supply adapter, 2 antennas, a top and bottom acrylic plates for a "case", and fasteners). It has 4 GB RAM and 16 GB eMMC onboard, and an M.2 2280 connector for an NVME PCIe-x4 SSD or other devices for this bus.
I don't know how they are shipping this at such a price. Looks really good on paper.
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Re: Other Products using RK3399

Unread postby elatllat » Wed May 30, 2018 1:00 am

To bad they don't have a forum for it yet;
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Re: Other Products using RK3399

Unread postby luchezar » Wed May 30, 2018 1:22 am

Not only a forum, but I couldn't find anything to download (manual, OS images, etc). Maybe they rely on the fact that by the time the board arrives to the customer (3 months with China Post in my experience!), they will manage to prepare everything ;)
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Re: Other Products using RK3399

Unread postby InspecteurGadget » Wed May 30, 2018 1:14 pm

Hikey 970 is a good board too :)
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Re: Other Products using RK3399

Unread postby rooted » Wed May 30, 2018 2:48 pm

InspecteurGadget wrote:Hikey 970 is a good board too :)
That's $300
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Re: Other Products using RK3399

Unread postby luchezar » Wed May 30, 2018 3:47 pm

Besides, it's not based on the hexa-core RK3399, but on the octa-core Kirin-970.

luchezar wrote:Not only a forum, but I couldn't find anything to download (manual, OS images, etc).

This is no longer true. They've added several OS images – see here. Now waiting for the manual...
P.S. The largest image has 32-bit userland, and the other 2 images are undownloadable here (too slow download, interrupted by the server).
P.P.S. They've also added a forum section for it – here. The forum turns out to be pre-moderated (posts need approval before appearing there).
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Re: Other Products using RK3399

Unread postby elatllat » Tue Jun 12, 2018 9:51 pm

the RockPro64 is now on pre-order again.
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Re: Other Products using RK3399

Unread postby luchezar » Wed Jun 13, 2018 1:39 am

Yes, and IMHO has the most "bang for the buck" for now. Also, it's large (133 x 80 mm vs the 85 x 55 mm Rock960), but modular (PCIe x4 slot, attachable radio module and eMMC), has the largest heat sink, and is the first (and the only one so far) RK3399-based SBC with LPDDR4 RAM. Linux images for it are in early stage of development for now, but the progress is quick.
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Re: Other Products using RK3399

Unread postby luchezar » Tue Jun 19, 2018 4:06 am

There is a new RK3399-board – SBC3100, with undisclosed price ;)
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Re: Other Products using RK3399

Unread postby rooted » Tue Jun 19, 2018 4:47 am

elatllat wrote:To bad they don't have a forum for it yet;
I see where you asked a question and never received an answer, not reassuring. No support = no sales.
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