Board

ODROID-C1

ODRDOID-C1 by Hardkernel

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SingleBoardComputer
GPIO Expansion Headers

General Information

The ODROID-C1 was released in December 2014 and features a quad-core 1.5Ghz processor. It was released prior to the Raspberry Pi 2 and I am not currently aware of any benchmark comparisons. It is difficult to say which one will be faster, since not all processors are created equal. Additionally, the performance is highly dependent on the Software and how well it is optimized for a given platform. From an initial reaction, the ODROID-C1 should be faster than the Raspberry Pi 2.

One massive bonus point for the ODROID-C1 is the expandable eMMC modulus which you can purchase (16 GB for $39.95). Flash storage is faster and significantly more reliable than SD-card storage.

Hardkernel manufactures a wide range of single-board computers and accessories and is worth your time checking out.

Hardware Specifications

 ODROID-C1
ProcessorAmlogic ARM® Cortex®-A5(ARMv7) 1.5Ghz quad core
Video GPUMali™-450 MP2 GPU
Flash Memoryslot for expansion
Clock Speed1.5 GHz
RAM1GB DD3
Input Voltage (recommended)5Volt
Input Voltage (limits) 
Other Information
Price (approx, USD)$36.95 here
FeaturesInfrared (IR) receiver

Dimensions

 Intel Edison Module
Dimensions85mm x 56mm
(3.35" x 2.2")
Weight (approx.)--g (--oz)

GPIO pins

The board supports 40 GPIO pins.

Software

Tutorials

SingleBoardComputer.FindIP

Finding the IP of a Single-board Computer on your network
Find your device on your network.

Tutorial.USBTimeLapseCamera

Time-Lapse with Single-Board Computers and USB webcams
Take some snazzy time-lapse videos with your mini-computers

UDOO.InstallUDOObuntu

Installing UDOO and Establishing a Remote Connection
Setup and Connect to the UDOO.

Related News Stories

  1. ODROID C1 Quad-core for $35 - January 17, 2015

Sources/External Links

Vendors

Related News Stories

News.ODROID-C1

ODROID C1 Quad-core for $35
Date: January 17, 2015
Author: Nikolai K.
NewsLink: direct news link