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Author Topic: NanoPi R5S: FriendlyELEC unveils new single-board computer with a Rockchip RK3566 and an M.2 2280 slot for NVMe SSDs  (Read 229 times)

Redaktion

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FriendlyELEC has introduced the NanoPi R5S, a single-board computer that it bases on the Rockchip RK3566. The NanoPi R5S also has three Ethernet connections, HDMI 2.0 and space for an NVMe SSD thanks to an M.2 2280 slot.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/NanoPi-R5S-FriendlyELEC-unveils-new-single-board-computer-with-a-Rockchip-RK3566-and-an-M-2-2280-slot-for-NVMe-SSDs.619517.0.html

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They're really handicapping this with just 2GB RAM. Other specs seem quite good, the three ethernet ports would have made it great for a router, though it could use more USB ports to allow it to operate as a NAS and/or printer connection, but the low memory would likely hamper it.

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2 GB is plenty if you want to run jt as a firewall/router/server.

 

 
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