- Allwinner A10
- 512MB in 2x Hynix H5TQ2G63BFR H9C 143AK
- 4GB Nand Flash 29F32G08
- AXP 209 (PMU, Power System Management IC)
- 1x RJ45 10/100MBps Ethernet with Realtek RTL8201CP PHY.
- 1x SATA port with power and docking (except the A100 variant)
- 1x HDMI output
- 3x USB host
- 3x RCA (1 CVBS video, 2 left/right audio)
- 1x VGA
- 1x Optical
- 1x SD card slot
The Mele A100 is identical to it's brethren with 2 small exceptions: there is no SATA header present (you may solder it on); the LED, IR & power have moved to the center. The same Fex for it's brethren work perfectly for it.
Adding a serial port
The Mele has a connector available on its UART0 port. The connector is the same as available on some 90s analog audio cables ran from a CDROM to the sound device. More information is available at our UART howto.
The Mele A2000 (and probably A1000) have a number of pins accessible for GPIO use. Here are some that have been identified. See image for color coded locations.
- GPIO_PH10 (main red led)
- GPIO_PH20 (main blue led)
- GPIO_PH22 (unused?)
- GPIO_PH23 (unused?)
See also: Flashing Official Images
- Official Android ICS Mele_HTPC_20130116_v1.3.1 (2013-01-16)
- Official Android ICS Image v1 (2012-06-29)
- Official Android GB Image v1.6 (2012-05-11)
- Official Android GB Image v1.5 (2012-03-29)
In the wild
A Mele server cluster with 32 nodes (32 meles)