KKSB Odroid C2 / C1 Case (Steel)
ODROID is arguably the most popular name when it comes to extensive processing capabilities of a single board computer. But these boards tend to contain a variety of components and connectors. If you own ODROID C1 or Odroid C2 then you may have been in search of a trusted case. KKSB Steel Case for ODROID C1 / C2 is made of powder-coated steel. The casing is designed to fit any of these two boards.
Features of KKSB Steel Case for ODROID C1 / C2
- Designed and manufactured by KKSB-Cases
- Made of high-grade powder-coated steel
- Available in Black & White colour combination
- Compatible with ODROID C1 and ODROID C2
- The top of the lid has extended air-vents along with a wide opening to access GPIO header
- A couple of mounting holes at the bottom
- Cutouts for 4x HOST USB, HDMI, GPIO, MicroUSB, Ethernet, and DC Jack, IR Receiver, Switch, 5V/2A DC, etc.
- The lid and the bottom snap-fit without requiring a screw
- Dimensions: 85mm x 56mm x 30mm
KKSB ODROID-C1 / C2 steel case is a nicely crafted 2-piece enclosure. It is easy to assemble. You don’t need to look for further modifications. Even if you need, you could easily drill holes through 1mm thick walls of the case. The white bottom is actually the anodized steel so the colours are not going to fade away with the passage of time.
Solid and beautiful alternatives to the flimsy plastic cases offered by Hardkernel. Price is really fair and delivery time was only a few days. I will certainly place further orders in the future. Fully recommended!
Good case. Correct delivery.
I am happy to say that the case is a fine piece of engineering! Easily the best Odroid C2 case out there. Might be worth including instructions that the ends (of the white metal part) have to bent a little outwards to get the Odroid C2 board in the first time, and then bent back inwards again.
I would give it 6 stars out of 5 if it came in all black! :)
Perfect case! easy to install the main board
The case is very sturdy and stylish, much better than the hard kernel plastic one; it has openings for the 40 pins, the IR receiver and the sd card (I use none of them, but they look good) and a little hole for looking at the LEDs from the side. The only reason for deducting one star that it is slightly small for my C1+ - I had to bend the metal to fit the USB ports. Perhaps my board had the ports soldered on sticking out too much. It's easy enough to do, but I'm not sure how many times I want to bend the metal. For the price a no-brainer if you aim to give an impression.