The Ox64 Single Board Computer features a Bouffalo Lab BL808 RISC-V SoC with single 64-bit 480MHz RV64 C906 core and two 32-bit 320MHz RV32 E907 + 150MHz E902 cores, 728KB internal SRAM and 64MB internal PSRAM.
This Ox64 is equipped with 128Mb (16MB) XSPI Flash, and micro-SD card slot. It is also equipped with 802.11 b/g/n Wifi, BLE 5.0 and Zigbee radios. A breadboard friendly form factor with wide range of GPIO includes USB, UART, I2C, SPI, ADC, DAC, MII (Ethernet), I2S (Audio) and MiPi-CSI Ports.
The Ox64 is an affordable, simple, and versatile platform that will serve PINE64 community for years to come, also as a basis for maker type PINE64 devices support endless possible DIY applications.
The 128Mb Ox64 SBC suitable for both Linux and RTOS development.
The OX64 has now been on the market for two months and it already is one of the best selling PINE64 devices. Who would have believed that an inexpensive Linux-capable RISC-V board would garner so much interest? Some early adopters have however complained that the OS flashing process is unclear and undocumented. One of the early adopters going by the handle Platima Tinkers has thankfully put in the effort to document the process in the form of a video. The 15 minute-long video is truly great and gives anyone already owning or interested in getting the Ox64 a crash-course in getting it up-and-running. I am including the video below for your benefit.