Many ODROID users loved the ODROID-W, which was discontinued in 2014. Since then, many requests were made for a similar IoT computer that could be used for industrial applications, wearables, and anything that required a minimal hardware footprint and low power consumption. Hardkernel has responded with the ODROID-C0, which has the computing power of the popular ODROID-C1 with some of the interfaces removed, so that users can build the perfect device to exactly fit their needs. An example application of the ODROID-C0 is the OWEN compact robot, designed by Bo at Ameridroid, that can walk, dance, and show facial expressions via a web interface. The ODROID-C0 is available at http://bit.ly/1WFYKOL for USD$25.
Did you know that you can run Windows 2000 on an ODROID? Tobias shows us how to install it using QEMU, so that you can run your favorite Windows programs and games! Josh introduces us to the Android alternative called Cyanogenmod, Ilham helps us stay safe with a robust fire detection kit, Nanik demystifies the Android Bluetooth stack, Adrian explains how to use Munin, and David details the iSCSI protocol for LVM.
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