Raspberry Pi rivalled by rival quad-core Linux board

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2012-Jul-16 | Tags: other_linuxraspberrypi

Linux on ARMThe success of the Raspberry Pi has inspired a Korean firm to publish details of a new and more powerful version of the same ARM-based Linux computer-on-a-board concept, the ODROID-X.

The success of the Raspberry Pi has inspired a Korean firm to publish details of a new and more powerful version of the same ARM-based Linux computer-on-a-board concept, the ODROID-X.

Marketed as a $129 (£84) development board, the higher price of Hardkernel's ODROID-X offers a taste of what the Raspberry Pi itself might one day turn into.

At its heart is Samsung's powerful Exynos4412 Cortex-A9 Quad Core running at1.4Ghz (also used in the Samsung SIII smartphone), enough grunt to run Ubuntu 12.04 as well as Android 4.04 on the 1GB of onboard RAM.


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