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Demonstração de uma versão da RetroPie (EmulationStation) adaptada para a Orange Pi PC. A imagem foi feita por Stevie Whyte, com base no Ubuntu (Linux) e tem aproximadamente 8GB descompactada.
É recomendado usar um cartão Micro SD Class 10 de no mínimo 16GB.
Como instalar RetroPie
Unboxing Orange PI PC comprada no AliExpress
● Após a instalação, é necessário redimensionar o cartão Micro SD (Liberar espaço). Ao iniciar, parte Start no seu Joystick, em seguida, selecione “Quit EmulationStation”.
No terminal do Ubuntu (tela preta), digite:
Aperte o Enter no seu teclado e pronto. Seu cartão Micro SD estará redimensionando e pronto para receber as ROMs.
● Senha / password (Caso seja necessário)
User → pi
Password → pi
Root → admin
● Em caso de dúvidas ou download, entre em contato com os colaboradores no grupo Orange Pi no Facebook:
https://goo.gl/H0GFcD ou https://goo.gl/nP4ldR
Select+Start → Exit Game
Select+Right Shoulder → Save State
Select+Left Shoulder → Load State
Select+Right → Save Slot Increase
Select+Left → Save Slot Decrease
Select+X → RetroArch Menu
Select+B → Reset
The Orange Pi Zero SBC costs $6.99
The developer board includes a 4-core ARM processor and Wi-Fi.
Priced at $6.99, a recent Raspberry Pi competitor known as Orange Pi Zero entails lower cost than some snacks in New York City.
The Orange Pi Zero enables you to make electronic devices or bots, or it can be utilized as a file / media server. These developer boards can also be used to develop and test industrial products.
The computer is a competitor to the tiny Raspberry Pi Zero, a simple variant of Raspberry Pi that will cost you $5. But Orange Pi Zero has higher quality hardware with a speedier processor and Wi-Fi features.
Please don’t expect the tiny Orange Pi Zero to convey flourishing performance or be a standard Desktop alternative. In case you’re needing a effective board computer, take a look at the $35 Raspberry Pi 3 or $15 Pine64 board.
The Orange Pi Zero has a 4-core Allwinner ARM Cortex-A7 processor, which nowadays has been used to power low-end and mid-range smartphones and tablet PCs.
In addition, it employs ARM’s Mali 400 MP2 GPU, which can be in a position of processing high definition videos. Shenzhen Xunlong, the manufacturer of the board, declares it can work with H.265 4K movies, but the board is not intended for that. The Orange Pi Zero also lacks a display out port.
The Zero has an Sdcard slot and 256MB of on-board RAM. One more model with 512MB of memory space will set you back $8.99.
Furthermore, the Zero incorporates 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and ethernet networking features. Also, it has extension slots and pins to attach other boards and a USB 2.0 host port.
For anybody who is aiming to take advantage of the board to know programming or try out computer programs, software could be a problem. It holds Android operating system, however only version 4.4. Also, it works with Debian and also Ubuntu.
The board is for purchase on Alibaba’s retail site for $10.30, including shipping charges.
Tech devotees are looking towards many affordable boards with x86 and ARM processors. The price tags of processors, memory, and parts are reducing, ending in low priced board alternatives. Allwinner’s SoCs, especially, are some of the most competitive available.
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