Registered customers of Linux-hosted AROS distribution AEROS can download a beta version for the Orange Pi Lite. The new release offers an updated Linux base, new AROS files based on the indieGO!-version and optionally an automatic participation in the common Verium-Miningpool. The Orange Pi Lite is smaller than the more advanced, $15 Orange Pi PC. Like the One, it’s clocked at 1200 Mhz compare to 1.6GHz on the PC model. There’s also a Mali-400 MP2 GPU 60 0mhz edition. The Orange Pi Lite is identical to the Orange Pi One. It similarly provides 512MB of DDR3, plus a microSD slot, HDMI port, and a CSI camera input. There are dual USB host ports, a micro-USB OTG port, and a 40-pin expansion connector.

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