The Odroid-C1+ is known for its powerful processing at low-cost in comparison to its features which include an Amlogic Quad-Core 1.5GHz, and Mali-450 MP2 GPU. The Odroid-C1+ also features Gigabit Ethernet, 1Gbyte SDRAM, and IR Interface receiver. It is compatible with Android, Arch Linux, Ubuntu, LibreELEC, Debian, and Fedora Operating Systems. You can use it either as the Set-Top Box, a PC, or a gaming platform etc. It also serves as a prototyping device, software workstation, as well as home automation controller.
- Amlogic S805 ARMv7 Quad-Core 1.5GHz (28nm wafer)
- 792MHz 1Gbyte DDR3
- eMMC socket
- MicroSD Slot (supports up to 16GB Card)
- Mali-450 MP2 Graphics Processing Unit supports OpenGL ES 2.0/1.1
- 1x MicroUSB 2.0 OTG High Speed Connector
- 4x Type-A 2.0 HOST USB Connectors
- 10/100/1000 Mbps RJ-45 Ethernet (Auto-MDIX)
- HDMI Audio Output
- HDMI Video Output
- On-Board Real Time Clock (compatible with backup battery connector)
- 40-Pin GPIO (UART/I2C/SPI/ADC)
- 7-Pin I2S port
- IEEE 802.11 b/g/n WiFi (ITRI WLAN)
- 5V/2A Power Compatibility
- Dimensions = L (85mm) x W (56mm) x H (18mm)
- Weight = 40g without Heatsink & 56g with Heatsink
- Thickness = 1.0mm
The installation of the Operating Systems requires additional eMMC module or MicroSD. eMMC is recommended by the Odroid engineers though because MicroSD cards don’t reach optimal performance as compared to the eMMC.
If you don’t opt for OTG USB port for supply, then remove the jumper (J8) because removing the jumper will bring down the amount of power consumption which ultimately brings downs the amount of heat generation.