Sipeed M1s DOCK: PINE64 Ox64 rival launches for US$11 with microSD card expansion
Sipeed has released the M1s DOCK, a single-board computer that shares a few features with the PINE64 Ox64 that we covered yesterday. Specifically, the pair rely on the Boufallo Lab BL808, a RISC-V processor equipped with Alibaba T-head C906, E907 and E902 CPU cores, as well as a BLAI-100 NPU. Additionally, the M1s DOCK supports RTOS and Linux; the latter is only available for the more expensive version of the PINE64 Ox64.
Moreover, Sipeed has included 16 MB of flash storage, 64 MB of UHS PSRAM and 768K SRAM, along with support for a 1.68-inch and 280 x 240-pixel capacitive touchscreen display. According to Liliputing and Linux Gizmos, the M1s DOCK supports a 2 MP camera too, which can be purchased as part of a board, camera and display bundle for US$20 plus shipping. As with the PINE64 Ox64 has microSD, USB OTG, and GPIO connectors, among other I/O.
Currently, Sipeed sells the M1s DOCK for US$11 via AliExpress, with shipping set at US$7 to the US. Alternatively, the company offers the device without its carrier board for US$7, should you have another carrier board or dock in mind. Please see Sipeed’s wiki for more information about the M1s DOCK and M1s module, including download links for software distributions.