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ODROID-C1+ Single Board Computer with Quad Core 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM, HDMI, IR, Gigabit Ethernet
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- Similar Form Factor with Raspberry Pi B+ and 2B, can reuse-most cases and equipment
- Amlogic S805 : Quad Core Cortex-A5 processor with Dual Core Mali-450 GPU
- 1GB DDR3 RAM
- UHS1 MicroSD Support, Gigabit Ethernet, IR Receiver, USB OTG
- Integrated Heatsink for High Performance
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The ODROID C1+ is an advanced board that share a similar form factor as the Raspberry Pi B+ and Raspberry Pi 2 Model B. It is faster, provides high fidelity audio, and has a large community. Features that go beyond what Raspberry Pi 2 offers include: IR Receiver, Gigabit Ethernet, Heatsink, UHS1 MicroSD Support, and USB OTG port.
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Koreans made something just as good as the rpi but SO MUCH BETTER for what i need -
i'm a server type a guy and freeNAS and nas4free are by kind of projects so here is comparison of piA, B, 0, pi2 and odroid!
all pie lovers don't be ,mad i own every pi that ever came out (still have one running PI-HOLE and motion for cameras - 24-7/365 and am happy with it)
however if you've ever installed nas4free or freenas you KNOW HOW painful the pi - a&b is on menus and they are all SLOW on file transfer so this beast does NOT feel like its faster than pi2 (but it is by 600mHz per core) here the difference comes is in USP power delivery and the GIGABIT network adapter really shines!
NO SATA HERE so don't expect 100-ish megs / s but you limit is the USB file transfer over the DISK (loads the CPU to about 35-40 % on both server OS. (pi has no way to keep up with this on 100 meg connection - OVER USB channel)
so networks transfers are as follows
Pi0 - 3-5 Mb/s
PiA - 2-4 Mb/s
PiB - 2.5 Mb/s
ODroid - 5 - 25 Mb/s with sometimes 2 simultaneous transfers
reading on pi's is just as writing
on odroid i saw 30-ish a few times with an average of 22Mb/s
I never saw more draw on the ODroid than 7 watts (with 2 USB disks attached)
granted that is not a 1 watt of what my pi0 does (running pi-hole and blocker) but the quad core odroid does 5 times the speed of PI's and cost about 3-4 dollars more /Y that my zero (both running 24/7)
having said that i never saw a single studder streaming the HD videos to 2 pc's at the same time
(cpu load never exceeded 60% and never got warm enough to cause concern!)
i don't write the best reviews however ------------- all i'm saying if you love your PI's --------- YOU WILL LOVE THIS BOARD
- Lots of power in a little package
- GPIO Header seems to be a pretty close match to RPi GPIO Header
- Native/Stable Android available to use as a KODI HTPC or otherwise
- Heatsink included is actually useful, the RPi gets hot under load, the ODROID C1+ seems to mind its manners
- Great pre-built addon shields for Hi-Fi audio, LCD screens, and otherwise available at Hardkernel
- eMMC Header for SSD rather than running exclusively from HCSD. Too bad eMMC is expensive as heckin' heck
- Wifi and/or Bluetooth will require an external Dongle
- Micro-SD card slot is in a purturbing place, and not horribly well supported. I suggest adding a di-electric backer to go 'over' the GPIO headers backside to 'prop up' and 'support' the Micro-SD when installed. Or as stated above, spurge on an eMMC
These C1+'s are connected to a Odroid-XU4, and a NanoPC-T1 to form a 3 node Docker Swarm running various servers (web, database, irc, etc.) While none of them are heavy load servers, it's pretty cool running a little Swarm out of your house for friends and family.
The Odroid line is nearly as good in support/community wise, near same price, and are all more powerful than the comparable Pi model for the price, making there really to be no reason to get a Pi (or Pi 2 or Pi 3) these days. I plan to grab an Odroid-C2 as soon as an OpenELEC image is confirmed to work on it to get 4K support for the TV.
To state this again as other reviewers pointed out, you will need to purchase separately at a minimum a MicroUSB power supply (though it accepts a certain circle power supply as well) and either a MicroSD card or eMMC Adapter to install something to, but this is common for these little SBC devices.