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What You Need to Know About Orange Pi 800: The Keyboard PC with 6-Core Processor and Dual-Band WiFi


Orange Pi 800: A Mini PC in a Keyboard




If you are looking for a compact, powerful, and easy-to-use mini PC that can run various operating systems and applications, you might want to check out the Orange Pi 800. It is a computer-in-a-keyboard that uses the Rockchip RK3399 SoC, and has 6-core ARM 64-bit processor,4GB LPDDR4, dual-band (2.4GHz and 5.0GHz) wireless WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, Gigabit Ethernet, 4K HD video output2*USB 3.0 and 1* USB 2.0 ports. In this article, we will introduce the features and specifications of the Orange Pi 800, show you how to download and install Orange Pi OS on it, explore some of the possible use cases and projects, and compare it to the Raspberry Pi 400, another popular computer-in-a-keyboard.




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What is Orange Pi 800?




Orange Pi 800 is a product of Xunlong Software, a Chinese company that produces open source hardware and software products under the Orange Pi brand. Orange Pi products are based on different processors from Allwinner, Rockchip, MediaTek, Intel, etc., and support various operating systems such as Android, Linux, Windows, etc. Orange Pi products are designed for hobbyists, makers, developers, students, and anyone who wants to learn and create with open source technology.


Orange Pi 800 is one of the latest products from Xunlong Software, released in June 2021. It is a mini PC that is integrated into a keyboard, similar to the Raspberry Pi 400 that was released in November 2020. The Orange Pi 800 offers a range of different ports .You can insert TF card,display screens and other devices. 26 Pin interface is reserved on the keyboard, which is convenient for users to complete some basic experimental projects. It also comes with a beginner's guide that helps you get started with the device.


Features and specifications




The Orange Pi 800 has the following features and specifications :


  • CPU: Rockchip RK3399 (28nm HKMG process) 6-core ARM 64-bit processor Based on the large and small size core architecture of big.LITTLE: Dual-core Cortex-A72 up to 1.8GHz (large core) + Quad-core Cortex-A53 up to 1.4GHz (small core)



  • GPU: ARM Mali-T860MP4



  • RAM: 4GB (LPDDR4)



  • EMMC: 64GB or 128GB



  • Ethernet: Gigabit Ethernet



  • WiFi: Dual-band (2.4GHz and 5.0GHz) IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless WiFi



  • Bluetooth: Bluetooth5.0,BLE



  • Video Output: 1*HDMI2.0,Supports 4K@60fps outputVGA*1



  • Audio Output:3.5mm Jack,HDMI2.0Speakers Input:MIC



  • Keyboard:78-key QWERTY Keyboard



  • USB port: USB2.0*1;USB3.0*2



  • Power Supply: Type-C



  • GPIO:26Pin



  • Dimensions:286mmX122mmX22mm



Weight:385g</li Supported operating systems




The Orange Pi 800 supports various operating systems, such as Android, Linux, Windows, and Chromium OS. However, the official website of Orange Pi recommends using the Orange Pi OS, which is an open source operating system based on Arch Linux. Orange Pi OS provides a desktop environment similar to Windows or MacOS, and can run Android, Windows and Linux applications. It also has features such as start menu, taskbar, multi-window, task manager, mouse support, app store, OTA update, control center, file manager, boot wizard, etc.


How to download and install Orange Pi OS on Orange Pi 800?




If you want to use the Orange Pi OS on your Orange Pi 800, you need to download the image file from the official website and write it to a micro SD card. Then you can insert the micro SD card into the device and boot it up. Here are the steps to do that:


Download the image file




Go to the [Orange Pi OS download page](^1^) and choose the version that suits your device. For example, if you have the Orange Pi 800 with 64GB eMMC storage, you can download the OrangePiOS_Droid_64GB.img file. The file size is about 1.8GB and it is compressed in a zip format. You need to unzip it before writing it to the micro SD card.


Write the image to a micro SD card




You need a micro SD card with at least 8GB capacity and a card reader to connect it to your computer. You also need a software tool that can write the image file to the micro SD card. One of the popular tools is [Etcher], which is free and cross-platform. You can download it from its official website and install it on your computer.


After installing Etcher, launch it and follow these steps:


  • Select the image file that you downloaded and unzipped.



  • Select the micro SD card that you inserted into the card reader.



  • Click on Flash! and wait for the process to finish.



Once done, you can safely eject the micro SD card from your computer.


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