A new media centre has been launched this week powered by the ODROID-N2 mini PC featuring an Amlogic S922X single board computer with 2GB or 4GB RAM. Hardkernel has partnered with CoreELEC to create the ODROID-N2 Media Center Edition system which is now available to purchase priced at $65 for the 2 GB version or $75 for the 4 GB version.
The CoreELEC for ODROID-N2 supports 4K HDR10 and HLG high dynamic-range, Auto frame rate switching & dynamic range matching, DTS-HD & Dolby-HD audio pass-through including DTS:X and Dolby Atmos. The firmware is based on the Kodi Leia and other features include full HD Netflix support thanks to the Widevine DRM implementation, 3D-SBS (side-by-side) and 3D-TAB (top-and-bottom) as well as the ability to play retro games by installing EmuELEC add-on for PSP & DreamCast emulation.
The ODROID-N2 CoreELEC Media Centre includes the following:
– ODROID-N2 SBC with either 2GB or 4GB RAM
– ODROID-N2 Case Black
– An 8GB Industrial MicroSD UHS-1 card pre-loaded with CoreELEC for ODROID-N2 preinstalled
– 12V/2A Power Supply (with chosen type of plug)
– CoreELEC Logo Sticker
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