>Mali 450 MP2
Raspberry Pi is finished?
Did you kids even go to school? Did they not teach you anything? Jesus fucking shitchrist.
It's $35. Dollar sign goes in front. No, it isn't pronounced that way. Doesn't fucking matter. Now fuck off and go back to school until you learn basic goddamn rules of writing, you little snotnosed shits.
>What will I get when I buy one?
>What is the minimum peripherals to run Ubuntu/Android with ODROID-C1?
>every accessory sold separately including power cord
>really about 2-3 hundred dollars for a decent product
>could build a PC at that price that could do most of the jobs this thing does
I'd want to get it over a RasPi, but the only audio/video output it has is HDMI. The project I want to use one on requires a composite RCA jack and a 3.5mm jack, which the ODROID-C1 does not have. Using HDMI or any solution would use too much space/be too expensive for what I had in mind.
>ODROID-C1 power must be supplied via DC-Jack. Micro-USB port is only for data communication. So you need a proper power supply.
Well that jacks up another 6$ to the price, Plus a microSD or eMMC and MiniHDMI if you don't have one and a case if you don't wanna make your own..
last commit 2013-03-18. yeah have fun with that. there is no other options than libhybris half broken junk. it's as always: graphics on linux is a nightmare if you have to rely on the manufacturer. and the more exotic it is, the worse it gets
If you want a historical reason, it's because the symbol for a cent (¢) comes *after* the number. The only way one could use both symbols ($10.47¢, for instance) is if the two symbols are on separate ends. It also makes which unit is being spoken of more clear even if only one symbol is used.
The other reason commonly cited is that it's harder to forge a check (say from $20 to $320) when the currency sign is in front while the same would be trivial if it came after.
power supply costs $1.30, but I could just run it off my PoE switch for a few cents worth of cable and 5 minutes of my time
sd card costs about two dollars, you don't need a big one.
I don't understand what other accessories you would need. You can't even buy a decent ATX powersupply for 40 dollars, no way you could build a full ATX PC for the price of an odroid.
No you can't.
Hardkernel are nice people and the software support is great.
its a good price for somthing that isbasically useless.
i dare you to find somthing useful to do with it !
>inb4 a desktop.
its slow and will get borring verry fast, plus there aren't any flash player for ARM
>inb4 a webserver.
its ok if you have <50 veiws a day and a really light website.
Holy shit how are you still not getting this? The Raspberry Pi isn't popular because it's cheap - it's popular because it's common. Because it got to the top of the mountain first and people don't need more than one piece-of-shit mini computer in their home.
I have literally never heard any womyn say something rational and meaningful. If it wasn't for the strength and intelligence of men women would have died out with the dinosaurs.
>Well that jacks up another 6$ to the price
>not having a spare 5V power supply
Or just buy one of these and connect it to a USB charger:
>Plus a microSD or eMMC
So, just like the Raspberry Pi?
>implying I'm a neck beard just because I'm on 4chan.
I'm as normalfag as they come. I never had problems with women, I have a Chinese gf who is very smart but says some of the dumbest shit I have ever heard. I Was exaggerating a bit but for the most part it's true.