Quantum Tiny Linux Development Kit consists of a SoM (System on Module) and an expansion board as the carrier board.
The SoM, Quark-N, is based on Allwinner H3, Quad-core Cortex-A7, and ARM Mali400 MP2 GPU. The carrier board (40mmx35mm) adds a microSD slot, dual USB 2.0 host ports, a Type-C port for power, and some golden finger pads for I/O. A small TFT display is mounted on the board along with a motion sensor, user buttons, and a microphone. It also has wireless connectivity (Wi-Fi + Bluetooth).
The kit may be the smallest Linux development board on the market which is suitable for applications such as a personal server, intelligent voice assistant, and robotic development. You have the possiblity to design your own baseboard due to the M.2 interface.