When comparing ODROID-W vs Qualcomm DragonBoard 410C, the Slant community recommends Qualcomm DragonBoard 410C for most people. In the question“What are the best single-board computers?” Qualcomm DragonBoard 410C is ranked 1st while ODROID-W is ranked 61st.
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Pro Software compatible with the Raspberry Pi
ODROID-W is compatible with the Raspberry Pi at least as far as software goes. It can run any software built for the Pi.
Pro Amazing heat dissipation
The ODROID-W has some great heat dissipation. From studying the heat of the heatsink, the maximum temperature registered was 37 degrees Celsius, and that was registered when the board was doing a lot of unpacking through apt-get. Normally the temperature is even lower than that.
Pro Can fit most Pi cases
Since it's built to emulate the Raspberry Pi, it's roughly the same shape albeit a bit smaller. But even then it should be able to fit most Raspberry Pi cases.
Pro Very powerful
Don't fall in love, this model is no longer available.
Con No on-board Ethernet
The ODROID-W has no on-board Ethernet port available, however this can be fixed by using a docking board which has an Ethernet jack.
Con Needs a multi-USB hub
Since it only has a USB host connector available for a full-sized port, you most certainly will need a multi-USB hub to connect more than one external devices to the board.
Con Quite expensive
Its expensive for an SBC.
The unit is not up to par with similar single board computers running more than twice the performance per dollar
Con Not popular enough so there are less examples out there
Odroid C2 has better specs and support at a lower price