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Only PCI Express M.2 drives can work, due to the available connectivity of the Pinebook Pro.  Consequently, SATA or USB M.2 cards will not work.
Only PCI Express M.2 drives can work, due to the available connectivity of the Pinebook Pro.  Consequently, SATA or USB M.2 cards will not work.


Please note that many users have reported issues with NVMe SSD drives, including random Linux lockups and crashes. Some of these issues are related to the [https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git/commit/?id=712fa1777207 RK3399's errata] that disables Gen2 (5 GT/s) speed for the PCI Express link used by the NVMe SSD, reducing it down to Gen1 speed (2.5 GT/s).  However, as of December 17, 2020, Linux distributions that use mainline Linux kernel still configure the PCI Express link to run at Gen2 speed, which requires [https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=11683 manual reconfiguration] to Gen1 speed in case system instability is experienced.  See also this [https://patchwork.kernel.org/project/linux-rockchip/patch/20200423150510.6216-1-pgwipeout@gmail.com/ related discussion].
You need to buy and install the M.2 adapter in order to fit one, please see [[Pinebook Pro#Using the optional NVMe adapter]]
 
Please see [[Pinebook Pro Troubleshooting Guide#NVMe SSD issues|a separate section]] that describes reported issues with the NVMe drives in PineBook Pro.


{| class="wikitable sortable"
{| class="wikitable sortable"
!Type || Make/Model || Size || Hardware IDs || Result || Notes || Power options<br/>Active only || Save<br/>power<br/>setting?
!Type || Make/Model || Size || Hardware IDs || Result || Notes || Power options<br/>Active only || Save<br/>power<br/>setting?
|-
| 2280 || Corsair MP300 || 120 GB || CSSD-F120GBMP300 || good || || PS 0: 3.00W<br/>PS 1: 2.00W<br/>PS 2: 2.00W<br/>PS 3: 0.1W<br/>PS 4: 0.005W<br/>APSTE Disabled by default ||
|-
| 2280 || Corsair MP400 || 1 TB || CSSD-F1000GBMP400R2 || fail || || PS 0: 5.55W<br/>PS 1: 4.49W<br/>PS 2: 3.97W<br/>PS 3: 0.0490W<br/>PS 4: 0.0018W<br/>APSTE Disabled by default ||
|-
| 2280 || Crucial P1 || 1 TB || CT1000P1SSD8 || good || With PS 2 and APST impact on battery life seems to be minimal.<br>Running powerstat seems to confirm little additional power draw. || PS 0: 9.00W<br/>PS 1: 4.60W<br/>PS 2: 3.80W<br/>PS 3: 0.0300W<br/>PS 4: 0.0030W<br/>APSTE: enabled by default || Yes
|-
| 2280 || Crucial P2 || 500GB || CT500P2SSD8 || ok || problems loading from u-boot [http://u-boot.10912.n7.nabble.com/NVMe-boot-issues-on-RockPro64-td424863.html] || PS 0: 3.50W<br/>PS 1: 1.90W<br/>PS 2: 1.50W<br/>PS 3: 0.0700W<br/>PS 4: 0.0020W<br/> APSTE: enabled by default || No
|-
|-
| 2280 || Kingston A2000 || 250 GB || SA2000M8250G || good ||  || PS 0: 9.00W<br/>PS 1: 4.60W<br/>PS 2: 3.80W<br/>PS 3: 0.045W<br/>PS 4: 0.004W<br/>APSTE: enabled by default || Yes
| 2280 || Kingston A2000 || 250 GB || SA2000M8250G || good ||  || PS 0: 9.00W<br/>PS 1: 4.60W<br/>PS 2: 3.80W<br/>PS 3: 0.045W<br/>PS 4: 0.004W<br/>APSTE: enabled by default || Yes
|-
|-
| 2280 || Kingston A2000 || 1 TB || SA2000M81000G || good ||  || same as 250 GB || Yes
| 2280 || Kingston A2000 || 1 TB || SA2000M81000G || good ||  || same as 250 GB || Yes
|-
| 2280 || Kingston KC2500 || 2 TB || SKC2500M82000G || good || PCB too thick for supplied holder nut, used another one || same as A2000 models above || Yes
|-
| 2280 || Kingston NV1 || 250 GB  || SNVS/250G || good || Kingston's specifications claim that the 250 GB model consumes 1.5W max, but smartctl/nvme-cli report much higher values. The drive appears to be fully stable. || PS 0: 6.00W<br/>PS 1: 3.00W<br/>PS 2: 1.50W<br/>PS 3: 0.025W (non-op)<br/>PS 4: 0.004W (non-op)<br/>APSTE: enabled by default || Battery drain feels high. Not sure how to confirm APST is really working.
|-
|-
| 2242 || Toshiba OCZ RC 100 || 240 GB || RC100-M22242-240G || good || || ||
| 2242 || Toshiba OCZ RC 100 || 240 GB || RC100-M22242-240G || good || || ||
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|-
| 2280 || integral 256GB SSD M.2 2280 NVME || 256 GB || INSSD256GM280NM1 || usable ||  || PS 0: 9.00W || No
| 2280 || integral 256GB SSD M.2 2280 NVME || 256 GB || INSSD256GM280NM1 || usable ||  || PS 0: 9.00W || No
|-
| 2280 || PNY CS1030 || 500GB || CS1030 || good || || PS 0: 4.50W<br/>PS 1: 2.70W<br/>PS 2: 2.16W<br/>PS 3: 0.0700W<br/>PS 4: 0.0050W<br/>APSTE: Enabled||
|-
| 2280 || PNY CS3030 || 1 TB || M280CS3030-1TB-RB || || || PS 0: 10.57W<br/>PS 1: 7.00W<br/>PS 2: 5.22W<br/>PS 3: 0.0490W<br/>PS 4: 0.0018W<br/>APSTE: ||
|-
|-
| 2280 || Samsung 970 EVO Plus || 250 GB || MZ-V7S250BW || fail || Tested on Manjaro-ARM as root drive. Limited to PS 2 and Volatile Write Cache off gives the most stable results, but it will still hang on a hdparm test. || ||
| 2280 || Samsung 970 EVO Plus || 250 GB || MZ-V7S250BW || fail || Tested on Manjaro-ARM as root drive. Limited to PS 2 and Volatile Write Cache off gives the most stable results, but it will still hang on a hdparm test. || ||
|-
|-
| 2280 || Samsung 970 EVO Plus || 500 GB || MZ-V7S500 || fail || Too power hungry? || PS 0: 6.2W<br/>PS 1: 4.3W<br/>PS 2: 2.1W ||
| 2280 || Samsung 970 EVO Plus || 500 GB || MZ-V7S500 || <span style="color: red;">fail</span> || Too power hungry? || PS 0: 6.2W<br/>PS 1: 4.3W<br/>PS 2: 2.1W ||
|-
|-
| 2280 || Samsung 970 EVO || 1 TB || MZ-V7E1T0BW || fail || Too power hungry? || ||
| 2280 || Samsung 970 EVO || 1 TB || MZ-V7E1T0BW || fail || Too power hungry? || ||
|-
|-
| 2280 || Samsung 970 PRO || 1 TB || MZ-V7P1T0BW || good ||  || PS 0: 6.20W<br/>PS 1: 4.30W<br/>PS 2: 2.10W<br/>PS 3: 0.04W<br/>PS 4: 0.005W<br/>APSTE: enabled by default || Yes
| 2280 || Samsung 970 PRO || 1 TB || MZ-V7P1T0BW || good ||  || PS 0: 6.20W<br/>PS 1: 4.30W<br/>PS 2: 2.10W<br/>PS 3: 0.04W<br/>PS 4: 0.005W<br/>APSTE: enabled by default || Yes
|-
| 2280 || Corsair MP300 || 120 GB || CSSD-F120GBMP300 || good || || PS 0: 3.00W<br/>PS 1: 2.00W<br/>PS 2: 2.00W<br/>PS 3: 0.1W<br/>PS 4: 0.005W<br/>APSTE Disabled by default ||
|-
|-
| 2280 || Silicon Power P34A60 || 1TB || SP001TBP34A60M28 || Usable || Power eager, but doesn't seem to use all 9W all the time, only under heavy I/O || PS 0: 9W || N/A
| 2280 || Silicon Power P34A60 || 1TB || SP001TBP34A60M28 || Usable || Power eager, but doesn't seem to use all 9W all the time, only under heavy I/O || PS 0: 9W || N/A
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| 2280 || HP SSD EX950  || 512GB || || good || Unsure about low-power modes || ||  
| 2280 || HP SSD EX950  || 512GB || || good || Unsure about low-power modes || ||  
|-
|-
| 2280 || WD BLUE SN550 || 1TB || WDC WDS100T2B0C-00PXH0 || WARNING <br />good || WARNING mine was SATA and does NOT work!<br /> Booted successfully from NVMe (Bionic MATE) || PS 0: 3.50W<br/>PS 1: 2.70W<br/>PS 2: 1.90W<br/>APSTE Disabled by default || N/A  
| 2280 || WD BLUE SN550 || 1TB || WDC WDS100T2B0C-00PXH0 || good || Booted successfully from NVMe (Bionic MATE) || PS 0: 3.50W<br/>PS 1: 2.70W<br/>PS 2: 1.90W<br/>PS 3: 0.0250W<br/>PS 4: 0.0050W<br/>APSTE Disabled by default || N/A  
|-
|-
| 2280 || WD Blue SN550 || 500GB || WDC WDS500G2B0C-00PXH0 || good || || PS 0: 3.50W<br/>PS 1: 2.40W<br/>PS 2: 1.90W<br/>APSTE enabled by default with 5.9 kernel (Manjaro XFCE) || No ||
| 2280 || WD Blue SN550 || 500GB || WDC WDS500G2B0C-00PXH0 || good || || PS 0: 3.50W<br/>PS 1: 2.40W<br/>PS 2: 1.90W<br/>APSTE enabled by default with 5.9 kernel (Manjaro XFCE) || No
|-
|-
| 2280 || WD Blue SN500 || 500GB || WDS500G1B0C || fail || Works OK on power state 2 (2.5W), but hangs the system whenever there is intense IO (peak draw) on the drive || ||
| 2280 || WD Blue SN500 || 500GB || WDS500G1B0C || fail || Works OK on power state 2 (2.5W), but hangs the system whenever there is intense IO (peak draw) on the drive || ||
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| 2242 || WD PC SN520 || 256GB || - || fail || Power LED Flashes. Nothing else happens. || ||
| 2242 || WD PC SN520 || 256GB || - || fail || Power LED Flashes. Nothing else happens. || ||
|-
|-
| 2280 || WD PC SN730 || 512GB || SDBPNTY-512G-1032 || investigating || No touchpad issues. ||APST enabled by default<br/>PS 0: 5.50W<br/>PS 1: 3.50W<br/>PS 2: 3.00W<br/>PS 3: 0.0700W<br/>PS 4: 0.0025W || No ||
| 2280 || WD PC SN730 || 512GB || SDBPNTY-512G-1032 || good || No touchpad issues. Works after latest updates. ||APST enabled by default<br/>PS 0: 5.50W<br/>PS 1: 3.50W<br/>PS 2: 3.00W<br/>PS 3: 0.0700W<br/>PS 4: 0.0025W || No
|-
|-
| 2280 || WD BLACK SN750 || 250GB || WDS250G3X0C-00SJG0 || good || No touchpad issues, didn't trim NVME adapter board. || APSTE disabled by default<br/> PS 0: 5.00W<br/>PS 1: 3.50W<br/>PS 2: 3.00W||
| 2280 || WD BLACK SN750 || 250GB || WDS250G3X0C-00SJG0 || good || No touchpad issues, didn't trim NVME adapter board. || APSTE disabled by default<br/> PS 0: 5.00W<br/>PS 1: 3.50W<br/>PS 2: 3.00W||
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|-
| 2280 || Digifast Ace || 256 GB || DGFA256M2L01 || good  ||No touchpad issues. Board not trimmed. || PS 0 6.77W <br/>PS 1 5.71W<br/>PS 2 5.19W <br/>PS 3 0.0490W <br/>PS 4 0.0018W ||Yes
| 2280 || Digifast Ace || 256 GB || DGFA256M2L01 || good  ||No touchpad issues. Board not trimmed. || PS 0 6.77W <br/>PS 1 5.71W<br/>PS 2 5.19W <br/>PS 3 0.0490W <br/>PS 4 0.0018W ||Yes
 
|-
| 2280 || Toshiba XG6 || 256 GB || KXG60ZNV256G || good ||  || PS 0: 6.00W<br/>PS 1: 2.70W<br/>PS 2: 1.30W<br/>PS 3: 0.0500W<br/>PS 4: 0.0050W<br/>PS 5: 0.0030W<br/>APSTE: enabled by default || No
|-
| 2280 || SK hynix Gold P31 gen3x4 || 500 GB || SHGP31-500GM-2  || good || SvenKiljan's arch+towboot with 5.15.8-1-manjaro arm kernel ps1:574.65MB/s (ps0 0.500-2.1GB/s)343 MB/s r/w ps2:63.78-187/45.1 MB/s r/w  on encrypted root /tmp || PS 0: 6.30W <br/>PS 1: 2.40W  <br/>PS 2: 1.90W <br/>PS 3: 0.0500W <br/>PS 4: 0.0040W<br/>APSTE: enabled || No, see "workaround(cron job+nvme-cli)"
|-
|}
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|-
|SD Card || Sandisk Ultra 16GB || || fail || Works for a short period of time but locks up completely after a certain amount of written data
|SD Card || Sandisk Ultra 16GB || || fail || Works for a short period of time but locks up completely after a certain amount of written data
|-eMMC
|SD Card || Sandisk Ultra 32GB || || good || Worked fine for booting a live image so I could install an OS onto the integrated eMMC storage
|-
|-
|SD Card || Sandisk Ultra 64GB (Old from 2015) || || fail || ^
|SD Card || Sandisk Ultra 64GB (Old from 2015) || || fail || ^
|-
|SD Card || Sandisk Ultra Plus 64GB || || good ||
|-
|SD Card || Sandisk Ultra Plus 128GB || || good ||
|-
|-
|SD Card || Sandisk Extreme 64GB || || good || Speeds seem a little slow (67MB/s read compared to 160MB/s rating) but response time and reliability is good
|SD Card || Sandisk Extreme 64GB || || good || Speeds seem a little slow (67MB/s read compared to 160MB/s rating) but response time and reliability is good
|-
|SD Card || Sandisk Extreme Pro 64GB || || good ||
|}
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|USB-2 Ethernet adapter || ASIX AX77882 || 0b95:7720 || good ||  
|USB-2 Ethernet adapter || ASIX AX77882 || 0b95:7720 || good ||  
|-
|-
|USB Wifi Dongle || TP-Link TL-WN725N || 0bda:8179 || good || RTL8188EUS, Driver=rtl8188eu from MrFixit stock Debian, works better than internal Broadcom, but signal still not great, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008IFXQFU/
|USB 3 to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter || Pluggable USB 3.0 to Ethernet Gigabit (ASIX AX88179 chipset) || 0b95:1790 || good ||
|-
|USB WiFi Dongle || TP-Link TL-WN725N || 0bda:8179 || good || RTL8188EUS, Driver=rtl8188eu from MrFixit stock Debian, works better than internal Broadcom, but signal still not great, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008IFXQFU/
|-
|-
|USB Wifi Dongle || Shenzhen Dudes Tech #8541553244 || 0bda:c811 || mixed || plug/play on stock Armbian Buster with driver rtl8821cu; could not get operating driver built on MrFixit Debian or Manjaro KDE Plasma. Works 2x+ better than internal Broadcom on Armbian. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07F595V22/
|USB WiFi Dongle || Shenzhen Dudes Tech #8541553244 || 0bda:c811 || mixed || plug/play on stock Armbian Buster with driver rtl8821cu; could not get operating driver built on MrFixit Debian or Manjaro KDE Plasma. Works 2x+ better than internal Broadcom on Armbian. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07F595V22/
|-
|-
|USB 3 to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter || Pluggable USB 3.0 to Ethernet Gigabit (ASIX AX88179 chipset) || 0b95:1790 || good ||
|USB WiFi Dongle || Edimax EW-7811Un || 7392:7811 || good || Plug and play on Manjaro ARM and stock Debian from official images with driver rtl8192cu. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003MTTJOY/
|}
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|-
|USB-C dock || DELL USB-C to HDMI/VGA/Ethernet/USB 3.0 DA200g || idVendor=05e3, idProduct=0610, bcdDevice=49.70 || mixed || USB works, detected as u port usb hub, the rest is not working
|USB-C dock || DELL USB-C to HDMI/VGA/Ethernet/USB 3.0 DA200g || idVendor=05e3, idProduct=0610, bcdDevice=49.70 || mixed || USB works, detected as u port usb hub, the rest is not working
|-
|USB-C dock || Lenovo ThinkPad 40A9 || 17ef:3063 17ef:1021 17ef:1026 17ef:3060 17ef:3062 17ef:1025 || mixed || USB hub works, audio device works, ethernet device works, display does NOT despite plug's orientation
|-
|USB-C Hub || CableCreation 7-in-1 USB C Hub SKU: CD0786 || 0bda:8153 2109:0817 2109:8888 2109:2817 || mostly || Works, but workaround needed for DP alt-mode. Need to have the hub plugged in, sans passthru charger, on boot. plugging in after boot causes errors in dmesg. Seems to be the exact same hardware as Insignia NS-PUCHUB219
|}
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|-
| USB Type-C to HDMI Adapter || Insignia NS-PU369CH-WH || 0bda:5400|| good || tested on kernel 5.5.0, video out works, audio not tested
| USB Type-C to HDMI Adapter || Insignia NS-PU369CH-WH || 0bda:5400|| good || tested on kernel 5.5.0, video out works, audio not tested
|-
| Portable USB Display || UPerfect 15.6 inches 1080P Portable Monitor Stand for Mobile Touchscreen (https://www.uperfectmonitor.com/collections/15-6-inches-portable-monitor/products/15-6-inches-1080p-portable-monitor-stand) || || Power via USB-C: works, DP-Alt video: works, Touchscreen fails || Tested on armbian on 20210820
|}
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|-
|Wireless Mouse || Logitech M705 Marathon || || good || Uses Logitech receiver. Battery level detected in power settings.
|Wireless Mouse || Logitech M705 Marathon || || good || Uses Logitech receiver. Battery level detected in power settings.
|-
|Wireless Mouse || Logitech G305 || || good || Uses Logitech receiver
|-
|Gamepad || Sertronics SNES Style Controller || || good || Tested in retroarch, Sertronics is also known as Berrybase
|-
|-
|Drawing tablet || XP Pen G430s || 28bd:0913 || good || Hardware works, official software not used, tablet was configured using udev rules which are more functional than official software anyway
|Drawing tablet || XP Pen G430s || 28bd:0913 || good || Hardware works, official software not used, tablet was configured using udev rules which are more functional than official software anyway
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{| class="wikitable sortable"
{| class="wikitable sortable"
!Type || Make/Model || Hardware IDs || Result || Notes  
!Type || Make/Model || Hardware IDs || Result || Notes  
|-
|Bluetooth Headphones || COWIN SE7 Noise Cancelling Headphones || || good || Pairs and plays audio with stock Debian OS.  More detail [https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=8192&pid=60682#pid60682 here].
|-
|Bluetooth Headphones || DO-SV-BTIES03 || || good || Tested on Manjaro ARM - kde
|-
|Bluetooth Headphones || JBL LIVE400BT || || good || Connect very rapidly. Sometimes there is some sort of lagging to the sound stream, fix includes disconnecting them from Bluetooth and turning them off. Sound quality is good.
|-
|Bluetooth Headphones || JBL LIVE650BTNC || || good || Have 2, both connect very rapidly. Sometimes there is some sort of lagging to the sound stream, fix includes disconnecting them from Bluetooth and turning them off. General sound quality is good.
|-
|Bluetooth Headphones || Sony WH-1000XM2 || || good* || Needs pulseaudio-module-bluetooth. *Recording untested.
|-
|Bluetooth Headset || BlueAnt Ribbon || 7252A-RB || good || a2dp mode works, headset mode seems to work, out of box with manjaro
|-
|Bluetooth Headset & USB Audio || Sony SBH90C || || good || Works well connected via USB Type-C and Bluetooth.
|-
|Bluetooth Headset || TaoTronics TT-BH090 || || good || Microphone not tested but should work as expected of a normal Linux machine
|-
|Bluetooth Keyboard || Logitech MX Keys || || good || Battery level is not detected over bluetooth, detected when using the logitech receiver
|-
|Bluetooth Mouse || Fenifox low profile || MX106-Black || good ||
|-
|-
|Bluetooth Mouse || HP Z5000 || E5C13AA || good ||  
|Bluetooth Mouse || HP Z5000 || E5C13AA || good ||  
|-
|Bluetooth Mouse || Logitech M535 || 910-004432 || good ||
|-
|-
|Bluetooth Mouse || Logitech M557 ||  || good ||  
|Bluetooth Mouse || Logitech M557 ||  || good ||  
|-
|-
|Bluetooth Mouse || Kensington Expert Wireless Trackball || || good ||
|Bluetooth Mouse || Logitech MX Anywhere 2 || || good ||
|-
|Bluetooth Mouse || Logitech MX Ergo || || good || Works flawlessly both on Manjaro and Armbian.
|-
|-
|Bluetooth Mouse || Logitech MX Vertical || || good || Battery level is not detected over bluetooth, detected when using the logitech receiver
|Bluetooth Mouse || Logitech MX Vertical || || good || Battery level is not detected over bluetooth, detected when using the logitech receiver
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|Bluetooth Mouse || Logitech Ultra-Thin Touch Mouse || || good || Detects battery level as "keyboard"
|Bluetooth Mouse || Logitech Ultra-Thin Touch Mouse || || good || Detects battery level as "keyboard"
|-
|-
|Bluetooth Mouse || Logitech MX Anywhere 2 || || good ||
|Bluetooth Mouse || Media-tech || MT1120 BT5.2 || good ||
|-
|Bluetooth Mouse || Logitech M535 || 910-004432 || good ||
|-
|-
|Bluetooth Mouse || Microsoft Bluetooth Mouse || RJN-00002 || good ||
|Bluetooth Mouse || Microsoft Bluetooth Mouse || RJN-00002 || good ||
|-
|Bluetooth Mouse || Fenifox low profile || MX106-Black || good ||
|-
|-
|Bluetooth Mouse || Technet || MGS479 || good ||
|Bluetooth Mouse || Technet || MGS479 || good ||
|-
|Bluetooth Keyboard || Logitech MX Keys || || good || Battery level is not detected over bluetooth, detected when using the logitech receiver
|-
|-
|Bluetooth Speaker || Ivation Acoustix || || good || Use audio sink profile
|Bluetooth Speaker || Ivation Acoustix || || good || Use audio sink profile
|-
|-
|Bluetooth Headphones || Sony WH-1000XM2 || || good* || Needs pulseaudio-module-bluetooth. *Recording untested.
|Bluetooth Trackball Mouse || Elecom Deft Pro Wired / Wireless / Bluetooth Trackball || || good || Main buttons (left, right, forward, back, scroll wheel, trackball itself work flawlesly, but without elecom software additional buttons do not work. Works in all 3 modes - wired, with wireless USB dongle and in Bluetooth mode.
|-
|Bluetooth Headphones || COWIN SE7 Noise Cancelling Headphones || || good || Pairs and plays audio with stock Debian OS.  More detail [https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=8192&pid=60682#pid60682 here].
|-
|USB Audio & Bluetooth Headset || Sony SBH90C || || good || Works well connected via USB Type-C and Bluetooth.
|-
|Bluetooth Headset || BlueAnt Ribbon || 7252A-RB || good || a2dp mode works, headset mode seems to work, out of box with manjaro
|-
|Bluetooth Headphones || DO-SV-BTIES03 || || good || Tested on Manjaro ARM - kde
|-
|-
|Bluetooth Headset || TaoTronics TT-BH090 || || good || Microphone not tested but should work as expected of a normal Linux machine
|Bluetooth Trackball Mouse || Kensington Expert Wireless Trackball || || good ||
|}
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|Printer || HP DeskJet Ink Advantage 3775 || || good* || Using hplip-gui: via USB and WiFi. *Only print function tested.
|Printer || HP DeskJet Ink Advantage 3775 || || good* || Using hplip-gui: via USB and WiFi. *Only print function tested.
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|-
|Printer || Samsung Xpress SL-M2026w Laser Printer || || not working || Was not able to make it work due to the lack of drivers.
|}
|}


[[Category:PineBook Pro]]
[[Category:PineBook Pro]]

Latest revision as of 00:52, 20 July 2022

Please test as many things as you can find with your Pinebook Pro and share the results here. Some devices which should work don't!

Storage

NVMe SSD drives

Only PCI Express M.2 drives can work, due to the available connectivity of the Pinebook Pro. Consequently, SATA or USB M.2 cards will not work.

You need to buy and install the M.2 adapter in order to fit one, please see Pinebook Pro#Using the optional NVMe adapter

Please see a separate section that describes reported issues with the NVMe drives in PineBook Pro.

Type Make/Model Size Hardware IDs Result Notes Power options
Active only
Save
power
setting?
2280 Corsair MP300 120 GB CSSD-F120GBMP300 good PS 0: 3.00W
PS 1: 2.00W
PS 2: 2.00W
PS 3: 0.1W
PS 4: 0.005W
APSTE Disabled by default
2280 Corsair MP400 1 TB CSSD-F1000GBMP400R2 fail PS 0: 5.55W
PS 1: 4.49W
PS 2: 3.97W
PS 3: 0.0490W
PS 4: 0.0018W
APSTE Disabled by default
2280 Crucial P1 1 TB CT1000P1SSD8 good With PS 2 and APST impact on battery life seems to be minimal.
Running powerstat seems to confirm little additional power draw.
PS 0: 9.00W
PS 1: 4.60W
PS 2: 3.80W
PS 3: 0.0300W
PS 4: 0.0030W
APSTE: enabled by default
Yes
2280 Crucial P2 500GB CT500P2SSD8 ok problems loading from u-boot [1] PS 0: 3.50W
PS 1: 1.90W
PS 2: 1.50W
PS 3: 0.0700W
PS 4: 0.0020W
APSTE: enabled by default
No
2280 Kingston A2000 250 GB SA2000M8250G good PS 0: 9.00W
PS 1: 4.60W
PS 2: 3.80W
PS 3: 0.045W
PS 4: 0.004W
APSTE: enabled by default
Yes
2280 Kingston A2000 1 TB SA2000M81000G good same as 250 GB Yes
2280 Kingston KC2500 2 TB SKC2500M82000G good PCB too thick for supplied holder nut, used another one same as A2000 models above Yes
2280 Kingston NV1 250 GB SNVS/250G good Kingston's specifications claim that the 250 GB model consumes 1.5W max, but smartctl/nvme-cli report much higher values. The drive appears to be fully stable. PS 0: 6.00W
PS 1: 3.00W
PS 2: 1.50W
PS 3: 0.025W (non-op)
PS 4: 0.004W (non-op)
APSTE: enabled by default
Battery drain feels high. Not sure how to confirm APST is really working.
2242 Toshiba OCZ RC 100 240 GB RC100-M22242-240G good
2242 Lexar NM520 256 GB LNM520-256RBNA good For some data on power use and performance, see here. PS 0: 3.05W
PS 1: 2.44W
PS 2: 2.02W
No. See workaround.
2280 XPS SX8200 512 GB ASX8200PNP-512GT-C good Performed these steps for physical installation. Currently rooting from drive.
2280 Intel 660p M.2 512 GB SSDPEKNW512G8X1 good PS 1 (2.70W) will work without issues, even under heavy load. Recommended over PS 2, as PS 2 will incur an additional 80% performance penalty. APSTE shows enabled but drive does not support it. PS 0: 3.50W
PS 1: 2.70W
PS 2: 2.00W
No
2280 Intel 660p M.2 1 TB SSDPEKNW010T8X1 good PS 0: 4.00W
PS 1: 3.00W
PS 2: 2.20W
APSTE Disabled by default
No
2280 Intel 660p M.2 2 TB SSDPEKNW020T8 good Performance tests results PS 0: 5.50W
PS 1: 3.60W
PS 2: 2.60W
PS 3: 0.0300W
PS 4: 0.0040W
No
2280 Intel 760p M.2 128 GB SSDPEKKW128G8 good Firmware Revision 004C PS 0: 9.00W
PS 1: 4.60W
PS 2: 3.80W
PS 3: 0.045W
PS 4: 0.004W
APSTE: disabled by default with 4.4 kernel (mrfixit Debian), enabled by default with 5.6 kernel (Manjaro KDE)
Yes
2280 Intel 760p M.2 256 GB SSDPEKKW256G8 good Firmware Revision 004C PS 0: 9.00W
PS 1: 4.60W
PS 2: 3.80W
PS 3: 0.045W
PS 4: 0.004W
Need to use lower power.
2280 integral 256GB SSD M.2 2280 NVME 256 GB INSSD256GM280NM1 usable PS 0: 9.00W No
2280 PNY CS1030 500GB CS1030 good PS 0: 4.50W
PS 1: 2.70W
PS 2: 2.16W
PS 3: 0.0700W
PS 4: 0.0050W
APSTE: Enabled
2280 PNY CS3030 1 TB M280CS3030-1TB-RB PS 0: 10.57W
PS 1: 7.00W
PS 2: 5.22W
PS 3: 0.0490W
PS 4: 0.0018W
APSTE:
2280 Samsung 970 EVO Plus 250 GB MZ-V7S250BW fail Tested on Manjaro-ARM as root drive. Limited to PS 2 and Volatile Write Cache off gives the most stable results, but it will still hang on a hdparm test.
2280 Samsung 970 EVO Plus 500 GB MZ-V7S500 fail Too power hungry? PS 0: 6.2W
PS 1: 4.3W
PS 2: 2.1W
2280 Samsung 970 EVO 1 TB MZ-V7E1T0BW fail Too power hungry?
2280 Samsung 970 PRO 1 TB MZ-V7P1T0BW good PS 0: 6.20W
PS 1: 4.30W
PS 2: 2.10W
PS 3: 0.04W
PS 4: 0.005W
APSTE: enabled by default
Yes
2280 Silicon Power P34A60 1TB SP001TBP34A60M28 Usable Power eager, but doesn't seem to use all 9W all the time, only under heavy I/O PS 0: 9W N/A
2280 Silicon Power P34A60 256 GB SPCC M.2 PCIe SSD detected ASIN B07ZH6QR8Q "Silicon Power PCIe M.2 NVMe SSD 256GB Gen3x4" / PCIe A60 PS 0: 6.77W
PS 1: 5.71W
PS 2: 5.19W
APSTE Enabled by default
No
2280 Silicon Power P34A60 256 GB ??? fail Isn't detected
2280 Sabrent Rocket 256 GB SB-ROCKET-256 good No
2242 Sabrent Rocket Nano 512 GB SB-1342-512 good* No touchpad issues, didn't trim NVME adapter board.
(*Might be too power hungry. More testing needed.)
2242 Sabrent Rocket 1 TB SB-RKTQ-1TB good PS 0: 5.55W
PS 1: 4.49W
PS 2: 3.97W
PS 3: 0.049W
PS 4: 0.0018W
APSTE: available
Yes
2280 MyDigitalSSD SBXe 960 GB good APST enabled
Power states N/A
N/A
2280 HP SSD EX900 250GB good No low-power modes available
2280 HP SSD EX950 512GB good Unsure about low-power modes
2280 WD BLUE SN550 1TB WDC WDS100T2B0C-00PXH0 good Booted successfully from NVMe (Bionic MATE) PS 0: 3.50W
PS 1: 2.70W
PS 2: 1.90W
PS 3: 0.0250W
PS 4: 0.0050W
APSTE Disabled by default
N/A
2280 WD Blue SN550 500GB WDC WDS500G2B0C-00PXH0 good PS 0: 3.50W
PS 1: 2.40W
PS 2: 1.90W
APSTE enabled by default with 5.9 kernel (Manjaro XFCE)
No
2280 WD Blue SN500 500GB WDS500G1B0C fail Works OK on power state 2 (2.5W), but hangs the system whenever there is intense IO (peak draw) on the drive
2242 WD PC SN520 256GB - fail Power LED Flashes. Nothing else happens.
2280 WD PC SN730 512GB SDBPNTY-512G-1032 good No touchpad issues. Works after latest updates. APST enabled by default
PS 0: 5.50W
PS 1: 3.50W
PS 2: 3.00W
PS 3: 0.0700W
PS 4: 0.0025W
No
2280 WD BLACK SN750 250GB WDS250G3X0C-00SJG0 good No touchpad issues, didn't trim NVME adapter board. APSTE disabled by default
PS 0: 5.00W
PS 1: 3.50W
PS 2: 3.00W
2280 WD BLACK SN750 500GB WDS500G3X0C-00SJG0 good No tp issues. had to charge battery for 20% initially. APSTE disabled by default
PS 0: 5.50W
PS 1: 3.50W
PS 2: 3.00W
PS 3: 0.07W
PS 4: 0.0025W
2280 WD BLACK SN750 1TB WDS100T3X0C-00SJG0 mixed Drive works as expected (so far) though with 50% reduction in battery life.

Unable to set power mode (due to APST being enabled?).

Also unable to suspend PineBook Pro with NVMe drive attached. From dmesg:
rockchip-pcie f8000000.pcie: PCIe link enter L2 timeout!
PM: dpm_run_callback(): rockchip_pcie_suspend_noirq+0x0/0x100 returns -110
PM: Devvice f8000000.pcie failed to suspend noirq: error -110
PM: no irq suspend of devices failed
APST enabled by default
PS 0: 6.00W
PS 1: 3.50W
PS 2: 3.00W
PS 3: 0.1000W
PS 4: 0.0025W
No
2242 KingSpec NE-512 512 GB NE512 good APST enabled
Power states N/A
N/A
2230 Kioxia BG4 256GBTB 256 GB KBG40ZNS256G good APST enabled by default
Power states PS 0: 3.60W
PS 1: 2.60W
PS 2: 2.20W
PS 3: 0.005W
PS 4: 0.005W
2280 Patriot P300 256 GB P300P256GM28US good Booted successfully with / on NVMe and /boot on eMMC (Armbian Buster) APSTE disabled by default
PS 0: 4.50W
PS 1: 2.70W
PS 2: 2.16W
PS 3: 0.07W
PS 4: 0.002W
2280 Team Group MP33 128 GB TM8FP6128G0C101 good
2280 Team Group MP34 512 GB TM8FP6512G0C101 fail APST enabled by default and scripts do not change the power mode.
Higher power consumption modes cause the PBP to crash
PS 0 5.55W
PS 1 4.49W
PS 2 3.97W
PS 3 0.0490W
PS 4 0.0018W
No
2280 Digifast Ace 256 GB DGFA256M2L01 good No touchpad issues. Board not trimmed. PS 0 6.77W
PS 1 5.71W
PS 2 5.19W
PS 3 0.0490W
PS 4 0.0018W
Yes
2280 Toshiba XG6 256 GB KXG60ZNV256G good PS 0: 6.00W
PS 1: 2.70W
PS 2: 1.30W
PS 3: 0.0500W
PS 4: 0.0050W
PS 5: 0.0030W
APSTE: enabled by default
No
2280 SK hynix Gold P31 gen3x4 500 GB SHGP31-500GM-2 good SvenKiljan's arch+towboot with 5.15.8-1-manjaro arm kernel ps1:574.65MB/s (ps0 0.500-2.1GB/s)343 MB/s r/w ps2:63.78-187/45.1 MB/s r/w on encrypted root /tmp PS 0: 6.30W
PS 1: 2.40W
PS 2: 1.90W
PS 3: 0.0500W
PS 4: 0.0040W
APSTE: enabled
No, see "workaround(cron job+nvme-cli)"

microSD Cards

Type Make/Model Hardware IDs Result Notes
SD Card Samsung Evo Select 512GB MB-ME512GA/AM good
SD Card Samsung Evo Plus 64GB good Hdparm tested 44MBps read speeds
SD Card Sandisk Ultra 400GB good Works fine as a storage extension. Mounted for pictures, etc.
SD Card Sandisk Ultra 16GB fail Works for a short period of time but locks up completely after a certain amount of written data
SD Card Sandisk Ultra 32GB good Worked fine for booting a live image so I could install an OS onto the integrated eMMC storage
SD Card Sandisk Ultra 64GB (Old from 2015) fail ^
SD Card Sandisk Ultra Plus 64GB good
SD Card Sandisk Ultra Plus 128GB good
SD Card Sandisk Extreme 64GB good Speeds seem a little slow (67MB/s read compared to 160MB/s rating) but response time and reliability is good
SD Card Sandisk Extreme Pro 64GB good

USB hardware

USB Card Readers

Standalone card readers only, please; see below for multifunction devices.

Type Make/Model Hardware IDs Result Notes
USB-2 SDHC reader Sandisk MobileMate+ 0781:b2b3 good
USB-3 SDHC/CF reader Transcend TS-RDF8K 8564:4000 good

USB Networking

Standalone network devices only, please; see below for multifunction devices

Type Make/Model Hardware IDs Result Notes
USB-2 Fast Ethernet adapter Realtek RTL8152 0bda:8152 good
USB-2 Ethernet adapter ASIX AX77882 0b95:7720 good
USB 3 to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter Pluggable USB 3.0 to Ethernet Gigabit (ASIX AX88179 chipset) 0b95:1790 good
USB WiFi Dongle TP-Link TL-WN725N 0bda:8179 good RTL8188EUS, Driver=rtl8188eu from MrFixit stock Debian, works better than internal Broadcom, but signal still not great, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008IFXQFU/
USB WiFi Dongle Shenzhen Dudes Tech #8541553244 0bda:c811 mixed plug/play on stock Armbian Buster with driver rtl8821cu; could not get operating driver built on MrFixit Debian or Manjaro KDE Plasma. Works 2x+ better than internal Broadcom on Armbian. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07F595V22/
USB WiFi Dongle Edimax EW-7811Un 7392:7811 good Plug and play on Manjaro ARM and stock Debian from official images with driver rtl8192cu. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003MTTJOY/

USB Multifunction Devices

Type Make/Model Hardware IDs Result Notes
USB-C Hub Samsung EE-P5000 Power is passed through from hub to Pinebook Pro; Ethernet, HDMI, and USB-A do not work
USB-C Hub Insignia NS-PU378CHM Power is passed through from hub to Pinebook Pro; USB-A works; HDMI does not work
USB-C Hub Dell WD19TB Power is passed through from hub to Pinebook Pro; Ethernet and USB-A work; Neither Display Port nor HDMI work; audio not tested
USB-C Hub Totu 8-in-1 058f:8468, 2109:0817 USB3, 1a40:0801, 2109:2817 USB2, bda:8153 RTL8153 Gigabit Ethernet Network, USB, Card Reader, Power Good, HDMI Not Working Amazon Smile [2]
USB-C Hub Delock 87721 Network Works, USB Works, Card Reader not tested, Power Good, HDMI Works but does not show as an extra output in X. It just mirrors the default display Delock 87721 [3]
USB-3 combo hub (network, card slots, usb ports) generic 05e3:0610 hub, 0bda:8153 gigE, 05e3:0743 card reader Network good, usb ports good, card reader good
USB-C combo hub (network, card slots, usb ports) generic 05e3:0612 hub, 0bda:8153 realtek gigE Network good, usb ports fail, card reader fail
5-1 USB-C hub from aliexpress 05e3:0626 hub HDMI, Network, USB-3, USB-C PD good Might need changing orientation or USB-C cable
4 Port USB 3 NIC Delock 62966 good 4 individually controllable Gigabit Ethernet Ports. Consider using it with own power supply
USB-C combo hub from Amazon 0c76:161f 0c45:6321 2109:0813 1a40:0101 good Everything works: AltMode DP, Ethernet, SD card, USB-A and C, and charging using the stock Debian, and Ubuntu.
USB-C dock i-Tec USB-C Metal Nano Dock 4K HDMI w/ LAN 0bda:0411 hub, 0bda:8153 ethernet mixed plug & play with Manjaro, HDMI tested w/ fullHD only, works but only in one polarity. Sound output works, USB hub works. HDMI output may not be recognized by Plasma if dock is connected with HDMI port disconnected. NIC recognized by kernel, but untested if link actually works. USB power delivery works only in one polarity. Unfortunately HDMI works with opposite polarity than USB PD.
USB-C dock Planet Computers Gemini USB-C hub 0bda:0411 hub, 0bda:8153 ethernet good USB works, NIC recognized by kernel, but untested if link actually works. Interestingly, dmesg shows unconnected alternate mode DP, but no connector is present. It seems as if PlanetCom actually made custom version of above i-Tec device.
USB-C dock DELL USB-C to HDMI/VGA/Ethernet/USB 3.0 DA200g idVendor=05e3, idProduct=0610, bcdDevice=49.70 mixed USB works, detected as u port usb hub, the rest is not working
USB-C dock Lenovo ThinkPad 40A9 17ef:3063 17ef:1021 17ef:1026 17ef:3060 17ef:3062 17ef:1025 mixed USB hub works, audio device works, ethernet device works, display does NOT despite plug's orientation
USB-C Hub CableCreation 7-in-1 USB C Hub SKU: CD0786 0bda:8153 2109:0817 2109:8888 2109:2817 mostly Works, but workaround needed for DP alt-mode. Need to have the hub plugged in, sans passthru charger, on boot. plugging in after boot causes errors in dmesg. Seems to be the exact same hardware as Insignia NS-PUCHUB219

USB C alternate mode DP

Note that only USB C alternate mode Display Port will pass video. Any HDMI, DVI or VGA port must be converted internally by the device from Display Port - or the device won't work for video.

Type Make/Model Hardware IDs Result Notes
USB-C to HDMI adapter 201018 Cable Matters good Tested up to 1080p30, audio works
USB-C to HDMI adapter Choetech HUB-H06 good Advertises support for 4K@60Hz, tested up to 1080p@60Hz, worked in both Debian and Manjaro 2020-04-04
USB-C to HDMI adapter generic good Tested up to 4k60
USB-C to DP Adapter OrxnQ 04b4:5210 good Advertises support for 4K@60Hz, tested up to 1080p. Only FullHD resolutions available on Debian.
USB-C HDMI adapter (DP-alt mode) QGeeM good Manjaro 2020-01-25
USB C Hub to HDMI VGA SD TF Card Reader 3USB 3.0 and USB C Power Pass-Through Port MOKiN good tested to 1080p, sdcards can read from one write to another --Manjaro 2020-11-11 https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07MP9P6B7/
USB-C combo hub (HDMI, network, card slots, USB ports) generic fail
USB-C combo hub (HDMI, VGA, Ethernet, card slots, USB 2 & 3 Powlaken 05e3:0610 0bda:8153 USB, Power, Ethernet and SD good, HDMI and VGA fail
USB-C Dock (HDMI, VGA, Ethernet, microSD/SD card slots, 2 USB 3 Ports, 1 USB-C Port, USB-Power Passthru Digitus DA-70865 USB, Ethernet and MicroSD/SD good, video crashes System (fail). Tested on Manjaro w/ Kernel 5.5. You have to turn the USB-C connector upside down for it to work. Video seems to be a driver issue.
USB-C Dock (HDMI, VGA, Ethernet, microSD/SD card slots, 2 USB 3 Ports, 1 USB-C Port, USB-Power pass-through) generic Ethernet and MicroSD/SD good, USB fail, video up to 1080p. https://forum.pine64.org/showthread.php?tid=8728
USB-C Dock (DP, HDMI, 1Gbps Ethernet, SD card slot, 2 USB 3 Ports, USB-C power in port goFanco DP, Ethernet & USB good, (HDMI & SD card untested). Video tested good to 1080p Tested on default Debian
USB-C Dock (HDMI, USB 3.0 x 2, USB-C PD Pass Thru Power Port Up to 100W, SD/TF Card Reader Hiearcool 7-in-1 HDMI, USB, Power Port good, SD/TF Reader fail Default Debian
USB-C 3.0 Multi-Port Hub (HDMI, USB 3.0 x 1, USB-C charge only) Linden LITCAD17 HDMI and USB good, Power Port fail Default Debian & ayufan Ubuntu
USB-C to DP adapter Nekteck 04b4:5210 good Shows up as "Cypress Semiconductor Corp. Billboard Device" in lsusb and dmesg output. Works in latest Manjaro (as of January 26, 2020) with no issues. Only FullHD resolutions available on Debian.
USB-C to HDMI adapter MHL TH002 good Tested at 1080p@60
USB-C combo hub (USB-C power, HDMI, 2xUSB, 1xUSB-C(no power)) Baseus good
USB-C Travel Dock with DP ALT-MODE Targus DOCK411-A 0835:2a01 (BILLBOARD DEVICE) 0bda:8153 (RTL8153 GbE Adapter) GbE: works, HDMI: works, USB3.0 port: works, VGA: unknown HDMI@1080p@60Hz: works OK, HDMI@4K@30Hz: works but buggy. GbE is only picked up when the USB C is plugged in with one certain side facing upwards. It is not detected the other way around. (Sounds weird, but reproduced it multiple times.)
USB-C to DP adapter MediaGearPro AC0011 2109:0100 (USB 2.0 BILLBOARD) DP: works Only 1080p@60Hz is available, 4K resolutions not possible in contrast to what the manufacturer claims.
USB-C to DP cable Generic on ebay good but with issues Had some wonky framerates when tested on a 144hz monitor, 60hz mode was actually sent as ~48hz, 120hz mode was actually sent at ~112hz and 144hz mode was actually sent at ~120hz
UGREEN Hub USB C 9 in 1 HDMI and VGA UGREEN good VGA and HDMI works but not at the same time. HDMI audio not tested. Switching between HDMI and VGA need to replug the hub.
USB-C Dock 6-in-1 HDMI Ugreen 50771 HDMI: works, Ethernet: works, 3x USB: works, USB-PD: works Tested on Manjaro 2020/03/18 Works USB-C PD Chargers provided they can do 5V3A, works with 5V3A USB-C Raspberry Pi 4 power supply (Doesn't work with 5V2A USB-C). No HDMI Audio.
USB-C to DP cable CHOETECH V-XCP-0012BK good
Thunderbolt 3 (USB‑C) Cable (0.8 m) Apple Display Port Alternate Mode: Fails, USB-PD: works Tested on Manjaro 2020/05/29 - Charges but no video
USB-C to HDMI cable Planet Computers USB-C to HDMI cable fail does not work regardless of orientation in USB slot
USB-C combo hub Moreslan 11in1 (https://www.amazon.fr/gp/product/B08397B66G) good GbE: OK, HDMI: OK, 4 usb ports: OK, Power via USB-C: OK, microSD: OK, TFT: OK, Jack: OK, VGA: Not tested; UPDATE: HDMI Display not working anymore since Manjaro release 20.08
USB-C Multiport Adapter Goobay 62105 Fail GbE: OK, UBS port: OK, Power via USB-C: OK, HDMI: Does generate an image, but it jumps X pixels right from time to time (4K@30 and FHD)
USB Type-C to HDMI Adapter Insignia NS-PU369CH-WH 0bda:5400 good tested on kernel 5.5.0, video out works, audio not tested
Portable USB Display UPerfect 15.6 inches 1080P Portable Monitor Stand for Mobile Touchscreen (https://www.uperfectmonitor.com/collections/15-6-inches-portable-monitor/products/15-6-inches-1080p-portable-monitor-stand) Power via USB-C: works, DP-Alt video: works, Touchscreen fails Tested on armbian on 20210820

USB other

Type Make/Model Hardware IDs Result Notes
Wireless Mouse Logitech M705 Marathon good Uses Logitech receiver. Battery level detected in power settings.
Wireless Mouse Logitech G305 good Uses Logitech receiver
Gamepad Sertronics SNES Style Controller good Tested in retroarch, Sertronics is also known as Berrybase
Drawing tablet XP Pen G430s 28bd:0913 good Hardware works, official software not used, tablet was configured using udev rules which are more functional than official software anyway
Yubikey original Yubico 1050:0010 good

Bluetooth hardware

Type Make/Model Hardware IDs Result Notes
Bluetooth Headphones COWIN SE7 Noise Cancelling Headphones good Pairs and plays audio with stock Debian OS. More detail here.
Bluetooth Headphones DO-SV-BTIES03 good Tested on Manjaro ARM - kde
Bluetooth Headphones JBL LIVE400BT good Connect very rapidly. Sometimes there is some sort of lagging to the sound stream, fix includes disconnecting them from Bluetooth and turning them off. Sound quality is good.
Bluetooth Headphones JBL LIVE650BTNC good Have 2, both connect very rapidly. Sometimes there is some sort of lagging to the sound stream, fix includes disconnecting them from Bluetooth and turning them off. General sound quality is good.
Bluetooth Headphones Sony WH-1000XM2 good* Needs pulseaudio-module-bluetooth. *Recording untested.
Bluetooth Headset BlueAnt Ribbon 7252A-RB good a2dp mode works, headset mode seems to work, out of box with manjaro
Bluetooth Headset & USB Audio Sony SBH90C good Works well connected via USB Type-C and Bluetooth.
Bluetooth Headset TaoTronics TT-BH090 good Microphone not tested but should work as expected of a normal Linux machine
Bluetooth Keyboard Logitech MX Keys good Battery level is not detected over bluetooth, detected when using the logitech receiver
Bluetooth Mouse Fenifox low profile MX106-Black good
Bluetooth Mouse HP Z5000 E5C13AA good
Bluetooth Mouse Logitech M535 910-004432 good
Bluetooth Mouse Logitech M557 good
Bluetooth Mouse Logitech MX Anywhere 2 good
Bluetooth Mouse Logitech MX Ergo good Works flawlessly both on Manjaro and Armbian.
Bluetooth Mouse Logitech MX Vertical good Battery level is not detected over bluetooth, detected when using the logitech receiver
Bluetooth Mouse Logitech Triathlon M720 good
Bluetooth Mouse Logitech Ultra-Thin Touch Mouse good Detects battery level as "keyboard"
Bluetooth Mouse Media-tech MT1120 BT5.2 good
Bluetooth Mouse Microsoft Bluetooth Mouse RJN-00002 good
Bluetooth Mouse Technet MGS479 good
Bluetooth Speaker Ivation Acoustix good Use audio sink profile
Bluetooth Trackball Mouse Elecom Deft Pro Wired / Wireless / Bluetooth Trackball good Main buttons (left, right, forward, back, scroll wheel, trackball itself work flawlesly, but without elecom software additional buttons do not work. Works in all 3 modes - wired, with wireless USB dongle and in Bluetooth mode.
Bluetooth Trackball Mouse Kensington Expert Wireless Trackball good

Other hardware

Type Make/Model Hardware IDs Result Notes
USB charging cable - - good Got the cable a while back so may not be identical to current product
Printer HP DeskJet Ink Advantage 3775 good* Using hplip-gui: via USB and WiFi. *Only print function tested.
Printer Samsung Xpress SL-M2026w Laser Printer not working Was not able to make it work due to the lack of drivers.