Hexa-Core Rockchip RK3399
4GB LPDDR4 RAM
M.2 NVMe expansion option
1080p IPS panel
Built-in 802.11ac WiFi with Bluetooth 5.0
Bootable microSD and 64GB eMMC
The Pinebook Pro is meant to deliver solid day-to-day Linux or *BSD experience and to be a compelling alternative to mid-ranged Chromebooks that people convert into Linux laptops. In contrast to most mid-ranged Chromebooks however, the Pinebook Pro comes with an IPS 1080p 14″ LCD panel, a premium magnesium alloy shell, 64/128GB of eMMC storage* (more on this later – see asterisk below), a 10,000 mAh capacity battery and the modularity / hackability that only an open source project can deliver – such as the unpopulated PCIe m.2 NVMe slot (an optional feature which requires an optional adapter). The USB-C port on the Pinebook Pro, apart from being able to transmit data and charge the unit, is also capable of digital video output up-to 4K at 60hz.
Further resources and documentation about this device can be found on PINE64 Wiki page.
DistroTube unboxing and review of the Pinebook Pro
Pinebook Pro teardown
Sabrent NVMe drive installation in the Pinebook Pro