This is something hopefully suitable to become a 'Board Bring up' thread.
The NanoPC T4 was the smallest RK3399 board around featuring full set of interfaces (Rock960 was smaller but there you can't use GbE without a proprietary expander) but in the meantime he got two smaller siblings: NanoPi M4 and the cute NEO4.
Another RK3399 board so software support is already pretty mature
Rich set of interfaces (2 x USB2 without shared bandwidth, 2 x USB3, trip
Well, let's take a break from important decision-making, and post some benchmarks about VPU/GPU. I have used the official FriendlyELEC's Ubuntu Xenial image, kernel 4.4.126, 32-bit architecture. That allowed me to easily create a media configuration script, based on the existing RK3288 one. All tests were done with "performance" governor, both in CPU and GPU.
The 32-bit script can be downloaded here. It is not yet a release version, so there may be some rough edges. If the community