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ODROID Magazine for February 2017 is now available!

http://magazine.odroid.com/201702

We recently built an ODROID-VU8 kit (USD$90 http://bit.ly/2k8bML5), and now have a great 64-bit Ubuntu 16.04 touchscreen tablet with Gigabit Ethernet. The 1024 x 768 resolution is perfect for both Android and Linux, and the case allows an ODROID-C0, C1, C1+ or C2 to be mounted inside while giving access to two USB ports. It can be used as a gaming tablet, entertainment system, portable programming workstation, network diagnostic kit, and much more. Hardkernel has also released an updated version of the popular SmartPower bench power supply (USD$40 http://bit.ly/2j3hhcv), which includes a built-in web server.

To make using your ODROID-VU8 easier to use, we show two methods of setting up a dual or triple boot system. Adrian details setting up an ODROID-XU4 as a Network Attached Storage (NAS), @korinel presents a guide to using HomeBridge to integrate the technologies in your home, and @Brian.K discusses using BuildRoot for building Linux to generate a disk image. We also reveal a simple tweak to reduce the power consumption of the ODROID-C2 even more, and Tobias compares the speed of the PPSSPP emulator on several ODROID models.

- Dual and Triple Boot For ODROID-C2: Easily Switch Between Operating Systems On A Single ODROID
- Setting Up Your XU4 As A General-Purpose Network Attached Storage (NAS) Device: Your Home Swiss Army Knife Server
- The Amazing ODROID-VU8: A Portable All-In-One ODROID Touchscreen Tablet With 1024 x 768 Resolution
- Buildroot: Now Available For ODROID-C0/C1/C1+
- Sky Force Reloaded: What Do We Love On A Shoot ‘Em Up? Bullet Hell!
- HomeBridge Home Automation: Easily Integrate Your Home’s Technologies
- Tap ’N’ Slash: Uncomplicated Slashing With Fast Reflexes
- Linux Gaming: PPSSPP Speed Comparison
- SmartPower2: Your Energy-Saving Best Friend
- ODROID-C2 Power Consumption: A Simple Tweak That Will Work Wonders
- Meet An ODROIDian: Richard Bown (@richard-g8jvm)

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Measure the beating of your heart. This Electronza blog provides some Arduino® IDE code examples to explore using MikroElektronika’s ECG click with an Arduino Uno and Arduino Uno click shield: http://mchp.us/2j8BHz4

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RailPi 2.0 DIN Rail Enclosure & Industrial Expansion Board is Designed for Raspberry Pi 3 & ODROID-C2 Boards

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The specs are as follows.
Processor – Intel AnyWAN GRX750 @ 2GHz (6W Dual Core Atom based)
Memory – 2GB DDR3L
Storage – 4GB eMMC, two M.2 2260/2280 SATA only slots for SSDs (RAID-1 support)
Network connectivity – 3x Gigabit Ethernet, 1x WAN 2x LAN
USB – 2x USB 3.0, 1x USB 3.0 OTG (micro USB 3.0 port), USB 2.0 DOM header
PCIe – 1x M.2 2242 for Wi-Fi/Bluetooth
Others – Audio out, mic via 3.5mm jacks, I2C, UART, SPI, SDIO, GPIO via 40-pin connector, debug console via 3.5mm jack, RTC battery, indicator LED’s.
Power – 12V/3A
Size – 120x120mm
+Qnap Inc will soon launch QBoat sunny development board powered by an +Intel AnyWAN processor with 2GB RAM, 4GB flash, 2x SATA, 3x GbE, GPIO headers, etc...
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