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Odroid-H2 Plus: A powerful Raspberry Pi alternative that supports NVMe

Odroid-H2 Plus: A powerful Raspberry Pi alternative that supports NVMe (Image source: Hardkernel)
Odroid-H2 Plus: A powerful Raspberry Pi alternative that supports NVMe (Image source: Hardkernel)
The Odroid-H2 Plus is a new alternative to the Raspberry Pi. The single-board computer is well suited for different applications thank to its powerful processor. The single-board computer is already available for pre-order.
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Hardkernel has announced the Odroid-H2+. Hardkernel has equipped the single-board computer with an Intel Celeron J4115. The 110 x 110 x 47 mm board has two RAM slots and supports up to 32 GB DDR4 RAM. While there is no onboard storage, there is an M.2 slot for adding an NVMe drive as well as an eMMC slot. A hard drive can be connected via two SATA ports.

The two RJ45 ports can transmit data at up to 2.5 Gbit/s. The Odroid-H2+ supports Wake-on-LAN. Hardkernel has included a multi-pin header that supports UART and I2C. Additionally, there is an HDMI port and a DisplayPort. The Odroid-H2+ included two USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports. Hardkernel states that the single-board computer is also suitable for gaming.

The Odroid-H2+ supports dual 2.5G Ethernet as well as Wake-on-LAN. The single-board computer supports Ubuntu 20.04 and costs US$119. The Odroid-H2+ is already available for pre-order. Hardkernel claims that the Odroid-H2+ is compatible with the Odroid-H2.

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Silvio Werner, 2020-06-19 (Update: 2020-06-19)
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