ODROID GO Gaming Console
Hardkernel Team celebrated its 10th anniversary with the launch of the ODROID GO Game Kit. The kit contains all the necessary parts you need to build your personal game kit and also to understand how these devices work. In addition to the fun you can have with ODROID GO, this Game Kit is designed to educate students on the basics of such devices. You will get to know the internal functions in different parts of ODROID GO and similar game sets. You will learn how to assemble and connect the buttons to the switch. You learn the necessary material you need to use for it to work. The outer part is made of transparent material so you can constantly see the components inside. You can also install Arduino on ODROID GO to learn the basics of coding.
Video presentation of the product
ODROID GO supports
- Gaming equipment
- Game Boy and Game Boy Color
- Sega Master System
- Nintendo Entertainment System
Specifications for ODROID GO
- Flash memory: 16MB (ESP32-WROVER)
- 4 MB PSRAM
- 80 MHz - 240 MHz (adjustable CPU)
- 11 b / g / n WiFi | 2.4 GHz - 2.5 GHz
- Bluetooth 4.2 (BLE, BR / EDR)
- SPI interface (screen connector)
- 7V battery connector
- 5 Watt speaker connector
- 20 MHz SPI interface / MicroSD card slot
- Charging of 500 mA battery via MicroUSB port
- USB-UART supports data communication
- 10-pin expansion head (GPIO, I2C and IRQ @ 3.3Volt)
- The input buttons include Select, Menu, Start, Volume, Direction blocks, A, B.
Note! The microSD card is NOT included. ODROID GO is compatible with an 8 GB or higher MicroSD card.
- 1x board
- 1x enclosure (front)
- 1x enclosure (rear)
- 1x 4-button (rubber)
- 1x 2-button (rubber)
- 2x 2-button (rubber)
- 1x male coupling 10-pin
- 1x 0.5 W speaker / 8Ohm
- 10x screws
- 1x button set
- 1x LCD window
- 1x Li-ion battery | 1200mAh
- 1x MicroUSB cable
Steps for mounting the ODROID GO
The plastic screen is there to protect the LCD screen, so you must first place this cover as shown below. Do not forget to remove the sticker completely.
ODROID GO is designed to accommodate a 2.4-inch LCD screen. Do not forget to remove the vinyl cover that is on the screen. Before placing it, be sure to blow on and pull the window cover slightly so that there are no fingerprints or dust particles left.
Now you need to install the buttons. You must first cut the buttons from the plastic keypad. Place the rubber pieces over the plastic buttons shown below.
The next step is to assemble the ODROID-GO Game Board. Connect it to the LCD monitor. When properly connected, use 3x screws to secure the card.
Now connect the battery and then connect the speaker module to the card. Do not forget to wrap the speakers' wires for comfortable living.
Cut the power key from the plastic keypad and place it as you see in the picture below.
Now close the cabinet with 6x screws. Be sure to turn on the device first before attaching the screws. If it does not work, check everything again.