ODROID HC2 Home Cloud Two Samsung Exynos5422 with 2GB PoP Stacked RAM
You might be looking for a mini PC that is affordable as well as NAS server compatible. Well, then you must consider ODROID-HC2. The hardware of this system is based on 2GB RAM with Samsung Exynos5422. The home cloud-server centralizes data. It can be used to stream and share files of multimedia to many devices like phones and tablets.
ODROID-HC2 aids in the creation of an ideal network for developers, families, or single user on many devices according to the requirement.
Specifications of ODROID-HC2 (Home Cloud Two)
- Cores: 2.0 GHz ARM Cortex-A15 and 1.4 GHz Cortex-A7 (Both Quad-Core)
- System on Chip (SoC): Samsung Exynos5422
- Memory: LPDDR3 PoP Stackable 2GB RAM | 750 MHz | 2x32bit bus bandwidth 12GB/s
- GPU (Graphics Processing Unit): OpenCL 1.2 Full Profile | | OpenGL ES 1.1/2.0/3.0/3.1 | Mali T628 MP6
- HDD/SDD SATA Interface: JMS578 - JMicron
- HDD/SDD compatibility, 3.5-inch or 2.5-inch
- USB 3.0 to SATA Bridge can achieve up to 300MBps and has UAS Capability
- Several Mechanical holes (HGST/WD HDD) are not compatible with this device
- 0 Host USB: One Standard USB-A High-Speed Connector
- Micro-SD Slot: Compatible with over 128 GB/SDXC ~ UHS-1
- Power LED | System Status LED | SATA Status LED
- Weight: 361g or 0.31 Kg
- Dimensions: 4.2cm x 11.5cm x 19.7cm | 42mm x 115mm x 197mm
- Power Input: 11~13V input 5.5/2.1mm DC Barrel Jack Socket | 12V/2A Power Supply is recommended
- Gbit Ethernet LAN: RJ-45 Jack |10/100/1000MB/s | Auto-MDIX
- Software Compatibility: Ubuntu 16.04 + OpenCL on Linux Kernel 4:14 LTS, Debian, DietPi, OMV
ODROID - HC2 is based on an ancestor device called ODROID - XU4. Being uni-based, HC2 works on any Operating System compatible with XU4. It runs with complete Linux distribution including Arch, OMV, Ubuntu, and Debian. Apache, FTP, Samba, NFS, Docker, SSH, SQL, WordPress, and NGINX are compatible with this device.
Its metal frame is compatible with 3.5-inch HDD/SSD and 2.5-inch HDD. The metal is a perfect heat dissipater. The high-performance SATA Port allows a storage device to work faster, applause for the Gigabit Ethernet port.