A picture of the HardKernel ODROID-M1, a compact single board computer featuring four ARM Cortex-A55 processors and a native SATA 3.0 port for storage devices.

HardKernel ODROID-M1

The ODROID-M1 is a single board computer, developed by HardKernel, designed for a variety of embedded system applications. Its core brain, the RK3568B2, is particularly suited to embedded application use, with the SoC manufacturer, Rockchip, ensuring its supply for the next 15 years. The ODROID-M1 features four ARM Cortex-A55 processors, and offers performance comparable to the ODROID-C4. It provides 8 GB of LPDDR4 DRAM, but a 4 GB model is also available for cost reduction. For storage, the device offers a native SATA 3.0 port for use with a 2.5 inch HDD or SSD NAND memory storage device.

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