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ODROID-Go Ultra handheld game console coming in October for $111 (Amlogic S922X chip and Ubuntu Linux OS)

Hardkernel’s ODROID-Go Ultra is a handheld game console with a 5 inch display, an Amlogic S922X processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of eMMC storage plus a microSD card reader for additional storage. Designed for emulation, the handheld ships with Ubuntu-based software, and should be powerful enough to handle games designed for classic consoles, with […]

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ODROID-M1 is a single-board computer with a RK3568B2 chip for $70 and up

Hardkernel’s ODROID-M1 is a new single-board computer powered by a Rockchip RK2568B2 quad-core ARM Cortex-A55 processor with Mali-G52 MP2 graphics and a 0.8 TOPS AI accelerator. The company is selling a model with 8GB of RAM for $90, and plans to offer a 4GB model for $70, although that version is currently out of stock. […]

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Lilbits: KDE Plasma 5.23, OpenBSD 7.0, Windows 11, and yet another mini-laptop

Ubuntu 21.10 isn’t the only new release of a free and open source operating system today. The OpenBSD team have also released version 7.0 of their Unix-like operating system based on BSD rather than Linux. And while operating systems are cool and everything, they’re not much use these days without a proper desktop environment, and […]

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ODROID-GO Super is an $80 Ubuntu-powered handheld game system

Hardkernel’s third ODROID-Go device has a bigger screen, a bigger battery, improved wireless capabilities, and more buttons than the company’s first two handheld gaming systems. The ODROID-GO Super was announced in December with a list price of $80 and now it’s available for purchase. While it’s out of stock at the Hardkernel Shop at the […]

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ODROID-HC4 is a $65 2-bay network attached storage device

Network attached storage (NAS) devices can be useful for folks looking to back up data from multiple computers, set up a home media server, or even a self-hosted alternative to Google Drive, Dropbox, or Office 365. But a good NAS from companies like QNAP or Synology can be rather expensive, typically costing hundreds of dollars […]

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ODROID-N2+ is a faster version of Hardkernel’s $63 single-board PC

A little over a year after launching a $63 single-board computer called the ODROID-N2, the folks at Hardkernel are giving the little PC a spec bump. The new ODROID-N2+ has similar specs and the same starting price. But it has a newer version of the Amlogic S922X processor capable of hitting higher speeds. While the […]

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$119 ODROID-H2+ is a tiny PC with a quad-core Celeron J4115 processor

Hardkernel’s latest mini PC is a 4.3″ x 4.3″ computer board featuring an Intel Celeron J4115 processor, support for up to 32GB of dual-channel RAM, and support for PCIe NVMe, SATA, and eMMC storage. The Hardkernel ODROID-H2+ also features a lot of ports crammed into a tiny space, including two Ethernet jacks, dual video outputs, […]

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The new ODROID-Go Advance adds WiFi and more buttons (Linux handheld game console)

The Hardkernel ODROID-Go Advance is an inexpensive portable gaming device with a 3.5 inch display, an quad-core ARM Cortex-A35 processor, and Ubuntu Linux software. Designed for emulating classic game consoles, Hardkernel introduced the device late last year and began shipping it earlier this year. Now the company is preparing to launch a new batch, and […]

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$50 ODROID-C4 is a single board computer with 4GB RAM, quad-core ARM Cortex-A55 processor

The Raspberry Pi isn’t the only single-board computer in town, and the folks at Hardkernel have been making some impressive alternatives for years. The new ODROID-C4 is a pretty good example. It’s a $50 mini computer with a 2 GHz Amlogic S950X3 quad-core ARM Cortex-A55 processor, 4GB of RAM, Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI 2.0, 4 USB […]

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Hardkernel launches ODROID-N2 Media Center Edition starting at $65

Hardkernel released the Amlogic S922X- powered ODROID-N2 dev board back in February of this year. Now the company has teamed up with the developers at CoreELEC to offer up a plug-and-play set top box built around the N2. The board itself hasn’t changed. It features the same hexa-core processor with four 1.8 GHz ARM Cortex-A73 […]