Hardkernel is working on a new board, this time based on an x86 processor and called ODROID-H2. A board with a Intel Celeron J4105 processor that includes some interesting expansion options that we do not find anywhere in the majority of Chinese miniPC market such as a port for SSD NVMe. An interesting option to mount a small miniPC made to measure and that is naturally compatible with Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.10 among other operating systems.
Processor, RAM and storage
ODROID-H2 includes a Intel Celeron J4105 processor, a quad-core x86 manufactured at 14nm, capable of reaching 2.5Ghz of maximum speed and integrating an Intel HD 600 GPU. A chip suitable for office environments, web browsing, simple games or to play multimedia content in 4K at 60fps. We also have two slots for SO-DIMM RAM LPDDR4 modules that can work in Dual Channel, a M.2 PCIe 2.0 x4 port for an NVMe SSD, 2 SATA3.0 and support for eMMc memories.
We also have two Gigabit network ports, 2 USB 3.0 ports, 2 USB 2.0 ports, SPDIF digital audio output, a pair of 3.5mm audio jack, an HDMI 2.0, a DP 1.2 port and a 20-pin connector between others.
Price and availability
- The ODROID-H2 PCB will be on sale in November at HardKernel.com for about $120 – $140