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  • Hardkernel ODROID-HC1 Home Cloud One Stackable NAS is now available (CNX)

    Hardkernel has just launched their ODROID-HC1 stackable NAS system based on a cost-down version of ODROID-XU4 board powered by Samsung Exynos 5422 octa-core Cortex-A15/A7 processor, which as previously expect, you can purchase for $49 on Hardkernel website, or distributors like Ameridroid.


    We now have the complete specifications for ODROID-HC1 (Home Cloud One) platform:
    • SoC – Samsung Exynos 5422 octa-core processor with 4x ARM Cortex-A15 @ 2.0 GHz, 4x ARM Cortex-A7 @ 1.4GHz, and Mali-T628 MP6 GPU supporting OpenGL ES 3.0 / 2.0 / 1.1 and OpenCL 1.1 Full profile
    • System Memory – 2GB LPDDR3 RAM PoP @ 750 MHz
    • Storage
      • UHS-1 micro SD slot up to 128GB
      • SATA interface via JMicron JMS578 USB 3.0 to SATA bridge chipset capable of achieving ~300 MB/s transfer rates
      • The case supports 2.5″ drives between 7mm and 15mm thick
    • Network Connectivity – 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet (via USB 3.0)
    • USB – 1x USB 2.0 port
    • Debugging – Serial console header
    • Misc – Power, status, and SATA LEDs;
    • Power Supply
      • 5V via 5.5/2.1mm power barrel (5V/4A power supply recommended)
      • 12V unpopulated header (currently unused)
      • Backup header for RTC battery
    • Dimensions – 147 x85 x 29 mm (Aluminum case also serving as heatsink)
    • weight – 229 grams

    The company provides Ubuntu 16.04.2 with Linux 4.9, and OpenCL support for the board, the same image as ODROID-XU4, but there are also community supported Linux distributions including Debian, DietPi, Arch Liux ARM, OMV, Armbian, and others, which can all be found in the Wiki.

    SAMBA File Copy To/From HC1 – Click to Enlarge

    Based on Hardkernel’s own tests, you should be able to max out the Gigabit Ethernet bandwidth while transferring a files over SAMBA in either directions. tkaiser, an active member of Armbian, also got a sample, and
    reported that heat dissipation worked well, and that overall Hardkernel had a done a very good job.

    While power consumption of the system is usually 5 to 10 Watts, it may jump to 20 Watts under heavy load with USB devices attached, so a 5V/4A power supply is recommended with the SATA drive only, and 5V/6A if you are also going to connect power hungry devices to the USB 2.0 port. The company plans to manufacture ODROID-HC1 for at least three years (until mid 2020), but expects to continue production long after, as long as parts are available.

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