Recently, AAEON unveiled a next-generation credit card-sized successor to UP Boards series called UP 4000. This tiny Single Board Computer (SBC) looks like a Raspberry Pi 4 clone. However, the UP 4000 is available with Intel Apollo Lake chips, enabling work on Windows 10/11 and Linux. UP 4000 board is available for pre-order from $116.10 and up.
Availability and price
All models are on sale for 10% off for customers who pre-order by July 15, 2022. UP 4000 Apollo Lake board is available for pre-order for:
- $116.10 (2GB/16GB) to $152.10 (4GB/32GB) with Intel Celeron N3350: 2-cores, 2-threads, 1.1 GHz base / 2.4 GHz burst, 6W TDP, Intel HD 500 graphics
- $197.1 (4GB/32GB) and $233.10 (8GB/64GB) with Intel Pentium N4200: 4-cores, 4-thread, 1.1 GHz base / 2.5 GHz burst / 6W TDP, Intel HD 505 graphics
- $188.10 (4GB/64GB) with Intel Atom x7-E3950: 4-cores, 4-threads, 1.6 GHz base / 2 GHz burst, 12W TDP, Intel HD 505 graphics
UP 4000 Apollo Lake Single Board Computer Features
In addition to the aforementioned Apollo Lake processors and RAM and storage configurations, the UP 4000 has an ultra-small design. The board measures 85.6 x 56.5mm (3.37″ x 2.22″). In addition, the UP 4000 has a 40-pin GPIO identical to that known from the Raspberry Pi. The UP 4000 also has a 12V power input, a 40-pin GPIO header, a 6-pin wafer for audio input and output, a real-time clock, and support for an optional upcoming carrier board that adds M.2 connectors for storage, cellular connectivity, or other add-ons. Besides has TPM 2.0 on board.
The UP 4000 series has the following interfaces:
- 1 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C (with DisplayPort 1.2 support)
- 3 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A
- 2 x USB 2.0 Type-A
- 1 x HDMI 1.4b
- 1 x Gigabit Ethernet