The popularity of single-board PCs in the style of the Raspberry Pi does not slow down. Craftsmen now and then put up homemade cameras, consoles, mini-PCs and other gadgets on the network using similar platforms. Therefore, manufacturers are trying to replenish the market with new solutions, taking into account the needs of inventors. More recently, Orange Pi has released the most affordable single-board PC model for only $ 15, which was without flash memory and a wireless module. Now the manufacturer intends to release an advanced version of the platform called Orange Pi Plus 2. The product will receive a quad-core SoC AllWinner H3 processor with a clock frequency of 1.6 GHz, DDR3 RAM increased to 2 GB, an 8 GB eMMC flash drive, a microSD card slot with a capacity of microSD cards up to 64 GB and a SATA 3Gb / s port for connecting hard drives with a capacity of up to 2 TB. Also, the Orange Pi Plus 2 equipment will include a CSI connector for a 5 MP camera, a Gigabit Ethernet port, a Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n module, an HDMI interface with CEC, a microphone, an IR receiver, microUSB with OTG support and 4 ordinary USB 2.0, external power input (5 V, 2 A), 40 general-purpose GPIO pins (compatible with Raspberry Pi B +), TTL UART, U / Boot power / recovery / bootloader button. The price of the product is $ 50.