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Banana Pi is a single-board computer made in China. It can run Android, Ubuntu and Debian. Raspbian can be run, though the CPU complies with the requirements of the Debian armhf port. It uses the Allwinner A20 SoC and as such is mostly covered by the linux-sunxi port.

Banana Pi has no direct relationship to the Raspberry Pi Foundation, though its similarities are clear. "Linux user & Developer" considers it a considerable evolution. Whilst linux.com also sees it as a clone with improved performance. The board layout is very similar to the Raspberry PI board, though it's about 10% larger and the relative spacing of some connectors varies. Not all Raspberry Pi accessories will fit as a result.

(Source: Wikipedia)

SoC Allwinner A20*
(ARM Cortex-A7 dual-core, 1GHz, Mali400MP2 GPU)
System Memory 1GB DDR3 DRAM
Storage SD card slot,
Extensible with SATA connection (2.5" SATA HDD with 5V)
Video output HDMI,
Composite,
Extensible with on-board LVDS connector
Audio I/O HDMI,
3.5mm stereo jack output,
On-board microphone input
Connectivity Gigabit Ethernet
USB
2x USB 2.0 ports,
1x OTG micro USB port,
1x micro USB for power supply
Expansion Extensible 26-pin headers,
Camera connector,
Display connector for LVDS and touch screen
Misc. 3* on-board buttons, (Power, Reset, Uboot key),
IR receiver
Dimensions 92mm X 60 mm
Weight 48 g