There are small, and then there are small. Station M2 is RK3566 power supply board, Found by CNX software, In terms of thickness, it is limited by the Ethernet port, but manages to compress many functions into a housing that is only slightly larger than a credit card.
inside M2 station There is a Rockchip RK3566 SoC, the core of which is a quad-core Cortex-A55 64-bit processor running at 1.8GHz. This is the successor to the A53 chip used in Raspberry Pi 3B+, Nintendo Switch, and some Amazon Fire HD tablets. You can also get up to 8GB of LPDDR4 and up to 128GB of eMMC storage space. As the name suggests, NVMe SSD has an M.2 slot, with read and write speeds up to 400MB/s and 392MB/s, respectively. Micro SD slot provides additional low-cost storage.
There is also an HDMI 2.0 port that supports 60fps 4k HDR, a small number of USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports, including a Type-C OTG that is also used to power the device, and a Gigabit Ethernet port to complement the onboard Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5.0. The 3.69 x 2.55 x 0.62 inch (93.8 x 65 x 15.8 mm) aluminum alloy case acts as a heat sink for the RK3566 SoC while keeping the device clean and tidy.
Station OS is the official operating system of Station M2, just like its predecessors M1 and P1. Station OS is a media center operating system used to create high-definition home entertainment centers. Other operating systems are available, such as Android 11 and Ubuntu 18.04. Station M2 is available now, with a promotional price of $105 for the 4GB/32GB configuration. This will rise to $129 in a few weeks, which makes it a bit more expensive than the Raspberry Pi 4 starter kit, but the Station M2 has hardware and software options that may make it more suitable for some home-made media center projects.