Check out Orange Pi PC2, the cheapest quad core PC in the World

Check out Orange Pi PC2, the cheapest quad core PC in the World

There has been an intense competition among computer manufacturers in recent years. Microsoft, Apple and Google have been putting out their new technologies for their products. Orange Pi, the Chinese computer maker, has just released its new PC named Orange Pi PC2 that runs Ubuntu, promising to make a gigantic hit this year.

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The best part we’d like to share with you is that Orange Pi PC2 only costs 20$. Yes, you heard it right. With a 20 USD price tag, you will have a 64-bit quad-core PC. Cool, isn’t it. Orange Pi may not be a big brand in the computer industry, or you may have never heard that name, but the company has its own way to get noticed in the market. In reality, Orange Pi previously launched its low-budget computer named Orange Pi Zero that costs less than some sandwiches in the US.

Orange Pi PC2 includes support for Android and Linux operating systems. This means that you can use some Android apps on the computer. Under the hood, Orange Pi PC2 is fueled by a H5 64-bit quad-core Cortex-A53 processor along with 1GB of RAM. There is also a Mali450 GPU and support for OpenGL ES 2.0 and OpenVG1.1

The new PC includes support for camera input and HDMI port for video output. Other specs includes an IR blaster and 3.5mm headphone jack for audio output. Noticeably, you can capture videos in a resolution of 1080p at 30fps. There is also an Ethernet port for internet connection

In general, Orange Pi PC 2 is a good PC that lets you play some games and display some HD videos. If you are one of those with limited budget or you are simply looking for a PC that meets your basic needs, Orange Pi PC2 should be you choice.

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