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ODROID-C2 : 64bit quad-core SBC
The first trial batch is out to 30 of ODROID forum members today. It will be available for purchase @$40.00 from 2nd of March. 

The ODROID-C2 is a 64-bit quad-core Single Board Computer (SBC) that is one of the most cost-effective 64-bit development boards available in the ARM world. 

Specifications
Amlogic S905 (ARM® Cortex®-A53(ARMv8) 2Ghz quad core CPU)
2Gbyte DDR3 SDRAM
ARM Mali™-450 MP3 GPU (OpenGL ES 2.0/1.1 for Linux and Android)
HDMI 2.0 4K/60Hz display
H.265 4K/60FPS and H.264 4K/30FPS capable VPU
Gigabit Ethernet
40+7pin GPIO port
eMMC5.0 HS400 Flash Storage slot / UHS-1 SDR50 MicroSD slot
USB 2.0 Host x 4, USB 2.0 OTG x 1 (power + data capable)
Infrared(IR) Receiver
Ubuntu 16.04 and Android 5.1 Lollipop based on Kernel 3.14 LTS
Board dimensions is identical to the ODROID-C1+
We know well there were some rumors about the C2 on the internet. In fact, we started to develop the C2 board from last August. But we couldn't rush the process of C2 development because we needed to support the XU4/C1+ boards too. Finally, it is time to talk about our first 64bit version ODROID ...
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+Ji Yong Dijkhuis Granted, however when I first discovered HK they were selling quite expensive "premium" boards which /were/ in a different price range... it seems that they have jumped on the bandwagon with every other maker of low end devices... and this might well be a good business model... it's just a shame, because there is still a huge lack of higher spec stuff.
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ODROID Magazine for February 2016 is now available!

http://magazine.odroid.com/201602

Many ODROID users loved the ODROID-W, which was discontinued in 2014.  Since then, many requests were made for a similar IoT computer that could be used for industrial applications, wearables, and anything that required a minimal hardware footprint and low power consumption.  Hardkernel has responded with the ODROID-C0, which has the computing power of the popular ODROID-C1 with some of the interfaces removed, so that users can build the perfect device to exactly fit their needs.  An example application of the ODROID-C0 is the OWEN compact robot, designed by Bo at Ameridroid, that can walk, dance, and show facial expressions via a web interface.  The ODROID-C0 is available at http://bit.ly/1WFYKOL for USD$25.

Did you know that you can run Windows 2000 on an ODROID?  Tobias shows us how to install it using QEMU, so that you can run your favorite Windows programs, including games!  Josh introduces us to the Android alternative called Cyanogenmod, Ilham helps us stay safe with a robust fire detection kit, Nanik demystifies the Android Bluetooth stack, Adrian explains how to use Munin, and David details the iSCSI protocol for LVM.

- Internet Small Computer System Interface:  iSCSI Made Simple
- A Look at Cyanogenmod:  Getting Started with a Clean, Lightweight Flavor of Android
- Overscan Fix in Ubuntu for ODROID-C1/C1+:  Synchronize Your ODROID With Your Monitor
- Fire Detection for Surveillance Cameras:  Taming Fire With a Webcam and an ODROID
- Linux Gaming:  Running Windows 200 Games on an ODROID
- ODROID-C0:  A Compact Board for Portable and Lightweight Applications
- ODROID-XU4 User Manual:  A Guide For All Expertise Levels
- OS Spotlight:  Odrobian Retrogaming Arcade (ORGA) For ODROID-C1/C1+
- Munin:  An Open Source Performance Analyzer
- The OWEN Robot Kit:  A Sample Project For the New ODROID-C0
- Android Development:  Accessing the Bluetooth Stack
- Meet an ODROIDian:  David Lima, Quintessential Enterprise Storage Expert and System Administrator
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Atrix laptop with ODROID-C2
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I've bought two, they don't have the proper ground connection so the Lapdock screen doesn't stay on 
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Accessory  - 
This enclosure frames the ODROID-C, while leaving access to the GPIO pins, and keeping it safe. The board is firmly locked into the middle of the case, which ensures it will not float around the case during use. Every port is accessible and the Infrared receiver is exposed to maintain functionality. Air vents allow cool air to flow over the surface of the board, and exit through the top of the case. Instead of the cheaper nylon screws, this case...
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About a year and a half ago I saw Jetpac's video of their Spotter app and I remember thinking at the time that it would be so cool to get this flying on a drone. I didn't have the bandwidth to work...
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Trying to make it silent. Changed heatsink at XU4 to one from aliexpress (searched for north bridge heatsink). Not a perfect result. 58 degree after one hour and it's winter now.

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+Shiv Manas That was some solid advise there mate. Thanks! Been looking for good heat condictive tape for some time.
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If you want to build a powerful $40 Linux or Android PC with 4K video support, consider Hardkernel's Odroid-C2 computer.
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[ODROID GameStation Turbo Update]

Half-Life has landed on the ODROID.

Thanks to the Xash3D port from @ptitSeb and his version of GLshim we can now play Half-Life and some of it's Addons and mods (like Blue Shift) on ODROIDs in 1080p.

Thanks a lot for the help and this great port.
Welcome to Black Mesa: Image I've been waiting for a long time to get this awesome game to work on ODROIDs. Thanks to @ptitSeb who ported this game to ARM using the Xash3D engine and some other libraries, combined with his version of GLshim we can now play Half-Life in 1080p on ODROIDs!
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There’s no denying that the Raspberry Pi is a great little dev board. For $5 more, though, Hardkernel’s new ODROID board provides a lot more computational muscle. The ODROID-C2 is their newest offering. [...]
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How does it compare with a cheaper Pine64 which is on KickStarter.

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Limited stock of recertified ODROID-U3 units available at http://ameridroid.com/products/odroid-u3 for $74.95! All U3 accessories also in stock!
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Der neue Rechner von Odroid soll nicht nur schnell rechnen, sondern auch 4K-Videos darstellen können. Und das zu einem günstigen Preis. Allerdings hakt es an mehreren Stellen.
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Being a parent for the first time is a big challenge. With the Baby Night Activity Program and a lot of sensors, parents will have new help. By Marian Mihailescu.
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ODROID-C1+ : ODROID-C2 : ODROID-XU4
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+Marek Karcz I think it is unfair to judge a whole product line based on one experience.

I've purchased over 100 Raspberry Pi units for my own use on projects, and I've had more than a few that had major problems, and quite a few more exhibited minor problems that caused unreliable results. ODROID is more reliable in my experience, and it's actually possible to exchange a defective ODROID. I didn't have any luck trying to exchange defective RPi units.

Plus, any current ODROID makes the best RPi seem dog slow.
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3 days to go this amazing project. There is an option with Odroid C1 or Odroid XU4. I am personally going to use Odroid XU4.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/681890174/indiego-all-in-one-retro-game-console-raspberry-pi/
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Is there a way to change the Ethernet speed/duplex settings from a Linux-like terminal or some other way in Android. I figured if it is possible on a device with regular Android, then it should be possible on an AndroidTV device (not related here but anyway) through Sidelauncher for example. I'm trying to check the Ethernet settings for a device that should be running at 1gbps but always seems to be at 100mbps even when I do not have a bottleneck on the network. that Any ideas?
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Glad you sussed it, thought it was the cable ;)
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Exciting news today: The ODROID-C2 arrived today. Will the new rebuild Graped Piano get an 64-bit machine running under the hood? Some specs from hardkernels
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That's not the standard heatsink. It is a brutaly modified XU4-heatsink :-) It keeps the temperature low also when using the C2 for hard tasks like compiling kernels, encoding videos or simply playing sysnthesizers ...
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+Bo Lechnowsky I was just pointing out that it was mentioned in a video that the C2 will fit in C1+ cases. I can find the video again and link it for the reference if need be. 
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Hardkernel’s next single-board computer features a quad-core ARM Coretx-A53 64-bit processor, 2GB of RAM, and Gigabit Ethernet. The ODROID-C2 will be available in March for $40, or about $5 more than the price of a Raspberry Pi 2. Like the Raspberry Pi, this is basically a single-board computer aimed at developers and enthusiasts. But it has …
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Odroid with dual ethernets to build a router would be nice. :D

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