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Hardkernel, the manufacturer behind ODROID, has released several models since the initial launch in 2009. Over the years, they have introduced higher specification models, expanding the ODROID lineup to meet diverse technical requirements.
ODROID models can be categorized into C models featuring an Amlogic system on a chip (SoC) and XU models equipped with a Samsung Exynos SoC. These models incorporate ARM central processing units (CPU) and on-chip graphics processing units (GPU) with CPU architectures ranging from ARMv7-A to ARMv8-A. The onboard memory varies from 1 GB RAM to 4 GiB RAM, utilizing Secure Digital (SD) cards, either in SDHC or MicroSDHC sizes, for storing the operating system and program memory.
Most ODROID boards come equipped with three to five mixed USB 2.0 or 3.0 slots, HDMI output, and a 3.5 mm jack. Additionally, lower-level output is facilitated by general-purpose input/output (GPIO) pins supporting common protocols like I²C. The current models feature a Gigabit Ethernet (8P8C) port and an embedded MultiMediaCard (eMMC) module socket, enhancing connectivity and storage options.