PINE64 Oz64 Unveiled as a Pocket-Sized Single-Board Computer with RISC-V Processor

PINE64 is delivering Oz64, two years after its release ox64 has the same name in two variantsSo far, the company has only listed the Oz64 on its wiki, with no official mention of pricing or availability. However, the wiki page confirms several hardware details while providing insight into what it describes as a “low-cost” single-board computer (SBC).

Specifically, the PINE64 Ox64 measures 85 x 56mm, which is the Model B format that has prompted sites like CNX program To describe it as a “credit card sized SBC”. In short, it looks like the new SBC will serve as a more powerful alternative to the current Ox64. Although PINE64 doesn't admit it in his post WikiHealer Sofgo SG2000 It will perform better than the Bouffalo Lab BL808 inside Ox64. For reference, the SOPHGO SG2000 has the following hardware:

  • Main core: RISC-V C906 or ARM Cortex-A53 (1GHz) configurable
  • Secondary core: RISC-V C906 (700MHz)
  • Low power core: 8051 MCU (25-300MHz) with 8KB SRAM
  • NPU: 0.5 TOPS INT8 with BF16 support
  • 512MB DDR3 RAM (SiP)

Additionally, the Oz64 has a 26-pin GPIO connector, as well as an eMMC flash storage connector and a MicroSD card reader. Additionally, the SBC supports Bluetooth 5.2 and Wi-Fi 6 connectivity or up to 100Mbps wired internet connection through its RJ45 port which also offers PoE via an expansion card. In addition, the PINE64 integrates a USB 2.0 Type A port, a 3.5mm jack with built-in microphone and a 3.5/1.35mm DC power input. PINE64 expects the Oz64 to retail starting at $12, but we don't know yet when that will be.

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