With each Cortex-A9 core clocked at 1.4GHz, the ODROID-X also has 1GB of RAM, a Mali 400 GPU, six USB ports, ethernet, audio in/out and an SDHC reader. Plus it’s capable of running Android or Ubuntu, giving you computing flexibility. Sure, it’s no Ivy Bridge, but the Exynos processor is pretty amazing for its size. And for $US130, this little chipset could become the heart of your next DIY project. [Hardkernel via Ars Technica]
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