Hardkernel ODROID-C1+ Development Board is Now Shipping for $37

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We already knew Hardkernel was working on ODROID-C1+ development board, an update the popular ODROID-C1 board with the same Amlogic S805 processor, storage and memory, but with a standard HDMI port replacing the micro HDMI port, I2S support, better micro SD card and HDMI-CEC support, an micro USB OTG port that can be used to power the board, and an included heatsink. The board is now up for sale for $37, or just $2 more than the original ODROID-C1 board.
ODROID-C1_PlusODROID-C1+ specifications:

  • SoC- Amlogic S805 quad core Cortex-A5 processor with a quad core Mali-450MP2 GPU
  • System Memory – 1GB DDR3
  • Storage – eMMC 4.5 HS200 module socket for up to 64GB storage, and UHS-1 SDR50 micro SD slot
  • Video & Audio Output – Type A HDMI port with CEC support
  • Connectivity – Gigabit Ethernet
  • USB – 4x USB 2.0 host ports, 1x micro USB OTG port
  • Expansion Headers
    • 40-pin Raspberry Pi (mostly) compatible header with GPIO, I2C, SPI, UART, and ADC.
    • 7-pin header for I2S
  • Debugging – Serial console header (3.3V)
  • Misc – 4x Status / Power LEDS, IR receiver, RTC + RTC battery header, solder pads for power switch, boot media selector
  • Power Supply – 5V/2A DC input (2.5/0.8mm barrel), or micro USB port.
  • Dimensions – 85 x 56mm
  • Weight – 40 gram

ODROID-C1+ launch means ODROID-C1 is now officially phased out. Please note that changes made to the hardware means ODROID-C1 heatsink and plastic enclosure are incompatible with ODROID-C1+. The software however is compatible, and you can download Android and Ubuntu images & source code and access documentation on ODROID-C1(+) Wiki.

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ODROID-C1+ and HiFi Shield

Since I2S pins are now exposed, the company also designed an HiFi shield for ODROID-C1+ with gold-plated stereo RCA connectors and a 3.5mm stereo jack, and based on Texas Instruments PCM5102 DAC chip supporting 16 to 24 bit audio formats, and up to 192kHz sampling rate.

The HiFi board can be used with various audio playback systems such as Volumio, RuneAudio or Kodi. C1+ HiFi shield sells for $39 + shipping. More details about the HiFi board can be found on its product page. ODROID-C1+ plastic enclosures don’t seem compatible with the HiFi board however.

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This is nice upgrade to enjoy H.265 videos as well as HiFi audiophile with the Gbit Ethernet connection.
But I’m still waiting for S905 based odroid boards.

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The fee ship is too expensive, it takes 15$ to ship world wide

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Nice product (I have C1 and probably I will buy C1+ also), it has also resolved some SD issues and now micro-sd connector is in a more reachable position.

Unfortunately, at European sellers price goes up more than 6USD and a C1+ costs at least 56USD (VAT included) plus shipment.
At same seller Raspberry Pi 2 (I have even this) is sold at only 42.40USD (VAT included).

A Price Gap near 14USD which reduces C1+ appeal

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I was about to buy one but the final price doubled the $37 price tag and raised to 70€ shipped to Spain. The Raspi2 is 39.99€ shipped including 2 years guarantee.
Hardkernel should improve their distribución channel to increase sales.
Muy main interest was the Gigabit ethernet compares to Raspi2.

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You should read the forum first. As long as it’s working all’s fine and exactly as advertised or even better. However it has two major issues: USB and X11 crashes/colour depth problems, both down to driver quality. If you value perfect stability and no data loss you’d expect from Linux this board is a no-no.