ODROID-X: a miniature quad-core DIY-PC based on Android 4.x for Developers

The Korean company Hardkernel presented an unusual device ODROID-X. On the surface – it is a motherboard with CPU and GPU, or rather, from the SoC Samsung Exynos 4412, which also underlies the flagship smartphone Galaxy S III . But, in fact, a compact device the size 90 x 94 mm is a full-fledged computer architecture based on ARM.


The frequency of its quad-core processor is 1.4 GHz, and a GPU supports ARM Mali-400. In ODROID-X has 1 GB of RAM, six ports USB 2.0, yield of micro-HDMI, micro-USB, slot, SD, and even an adapter Gigabit Ethernet. As an option, the module offers Wi-Fi, webcam and external display. Operates a PC running Android 4.0.4 or any other adapted for the ARM architecture operating systems, including Linux Ubuntu v4.12.
In fact, ODROID-X project is a DIY (Do it yourself, or “DIY”) for developers who can use the new product in their experiments. For example, in the video below, this PC is used for simultaneous four of the game Player 3D Race (aka Mario Kart 64):


The price of ODROID-X is set up to $ 129 and it will be released in late July.


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