The SoC RK3399 seems not to have lavished especially on the market, however, surely it is the best selling Rockchip as it is protected under the pseudonym OP1 inside the Samsung Chromebook Plus, a device that sold very well in the EEUU. The development board AAEON RICO-3399, where we find the OP1 integrated, stands out for its PICO-ITX format with what we can install this PCB in any box compatible with this format. This is at least one device with connectivity options with Android 7.0 as OS, but at the moment it seems that it is not compatible with Linux, bad business.
The AEON RICO-3399 PCBA has the Rockchip RK3399 (OP1) SoC, a Hexa Core that integrates a cluster with two ARM Cortex-A72 processors capable of reaching 2.0Ghz and another cluster with four ARM Cortex-A53 processors, a GPU level has a Mali-T860mp4 with support for codec decoding H.26 / H.264 and VP9 4K@60fps among others. We also have 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of expandable eMMC storage via microSD card reader. At connectivity level we have 2 RS-232 ports, HDMi 2.0 output, a USB Type-C port, a USB 3.0, 2 USB 2.0 ports, 3.5mm audio jack, Gigabit network port and eDP connector for LCD touch panel . Wifi / Bluetooth, 3G / 4G modem and GPS are available as an option.
- The AAEON RICO-3399 currently has no date of departure or approximate price on the website of this product.