Seeed Odyssey X86J4105
Linux Format|October 2020
Seeed Odyssey X86J4105
Les Pounder tries an Intel-powered SBPC with the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO.
Les Pounder


CPU: Intel Celeron J4105 (1.5GHz, 4 core, 4MB cache, 10W TDP)

GPU: Intel UHD Graphics 600

Mem: 8GB, DDR4

Expansion: M.2 SATA III, M.2 PCIe 2.0 x4, MicroSD, SIM

Ports: USB 2.0 x2, USB 3.1 A x1, USB 3.1 C x1

Comms: Wi-Fi 802.11ac (dual band), Bluetooth 5.0, Gigabit LAN

Video: HDMI 2.0a, DisplayPort 1.2a

Extra: RTC, TPM 2.0

GPIO: 1x 40 pin RPi, 1x 28-pin SAMD21G18, 1x Audio, 1x 4-pin UART, 3x 4-pin SATA, 1x 4-pin fan

Want the flexibility of a single-board computer that has GPIO pins for physical computing, but you need the speed and compatibility of an x86 PC? Enter Seeed’s Odyssey, which marries an Intel Celeron CPU with two sets of GPIO pins, one Arduino-compatible and the other with Pi accessories.


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October 2020