ODROID-Go Advance
If you love retro gaming and building things, the new ODROID-Go Advance Black Edition should do the trick. This followup to the original ODROID-GO Advance portable Linux portable game console released last year features a a 3.5-inch color display, Rockchip RK3326 processor, 1GB of RAM, USB-C connectivity for power, a Wi-Fi module, and R2 / L2 buttons for PlayStation games. Read more for a video and additional information.



Weighing just 170-grams, it boasts a 3.5-inch (320×480) TFT LCD wide-viewing angle display, Rockchip RK3326 quad-core Arm Cortex-A35 processor @ 1.3GHz, a Mali-G31 MP2 GPU, 1GB of DDR3L RAM @ 786Mhz, 16MB SPI Flash for bootloader, microSD expansion (UHS-1 capable interface), 3.5mm headphone jack, 0.5Watt 8Ω mono speaker, 2.4 GHz 802.11b/g/n WiFI 4 via ESP-WROOM-32 module (40~50Mbps with iperf), a USB 2.0 host port, 3.7V/3000mAh Li-Polymer battery, and a USB Type-C port (not USB-PD compatible, and no data). Best of all, the entire kit costs only $59, with shipping starting on May 25th.

ODROID-GO Game Kit
  • learn some basic coding. We will provide online guides to code some simple, yet cool, tasks. Then, add a weather station*, learn how to check the battery life, test the speaker, add an ultrasonic distance meter* and more.
  • earn some basic coding. We will provide online guides to code some simple, yet cool, tasks. Then, add a weather station*, learn how to check the battery life, test the speaker, add an ultrasonic distance meter* and more.
  • Learn some basic coding. We will provide online guides to code some simple, yet cool, tasks. Then, add a weather station*, learn how to check the battery life, test the speaker, add an ultrasonic distance meter* and more.
  • Learn some basic coding - ODROID provides online guides to code some simple, yet cool, tasks. Then, add a weather station*, learn how to check the battery life, test the speaker, add an ultrasonic distance meter* and more.