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MangoPi-Nezha MQ RISC-V Development Board

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Meet the MangoPi-Nezha MQ: an open source development board with WiFi and 2 x USB C ports that runs Tina Linux. It comes with everything you need for your DIY electronics projects. It measures only 4 cm x cm. The board has a BOOT button, silicon microphones and class D amplifiers. Here are the specs:

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