Many followers of the Raspberry Pi offers incomparably higher performance, which is reflected in the corresponding increase in prices. But there are exceptions, such as single-board PC Hardkernel Odroid-C1: it combines a modest price tag of $ 35 with a quad-core SoC Amlogic.
In the center of the board is SoC Amlogic S805, combining processor cores Cortex-A5 1.5 GHz and GPU Mali-450 MP4. RAM scored two chips Samsung K4B4G1646D total volume of 1 GB. In eMMC slot drives installed capacity of 8 and 64 GB (Toshiba eMMC), or 16 and 32 GB (Sandisk iNAND Extreme). MicroSD carriers can be considered as an alternative to slower eMMC.
There are 40 lines of input-output GPIO, four USB 2.0 ports and one Micro USB, OTG supports external drives and connection to a PC, where the mini-PC is seen as a normal smartphone. Gigabit Ethernet port communicates with the controller Realtek RTL8211F, to save space on the board realized the video output Micro HDMI (Type-D). Not forgotten the IR receiver and the console port. Supported OS Ubuntu 14.04 with XBMC and Android KitKat.
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