A 64Go eMMC Linux operating system for your ODroid N2
Operating System Linux for ODROID-N2 (Pre-installed Ubuntu15.04 or latest version).
Ready to run out of the box
Many nano-computer does use a microSD card to boot and starts the operating system.
ODroid can also boot the operating system from an eMMC module which offer better performance.
Include a eMMC Module Reader wich allows you to update the OS on the eMMC module.
A transcend USB multi-slot SD card reader (not included) is needed to read/write the eMMC Modue.
SD vs eMMC performance
You can boot from a MicroSD card or an eMMC module. The MicroSD interface supports the higher performance UHS-1 mode as well.
File access of a 512MB file (read/write) on three different storage options shows distinct performance differences.
The eMMC 5.0 storage is ~7x faster than the MicroSD Class-10 card in read tests. The MicroSD UHS-1 card is ~2x faster than the MicroSD Class-10 card in read tests. The MicroSD UHS-1 card provides a great low-cost option for many applications!
- Read: 18.9 MB/s
- Write: 8.5 MB/s
SD-Class10 UHS1 Performance
- Read: 35.9 MB/s
- Write: 10.8 MB/s
eMMC 5.0 performance (this product)
- Read: 140 MB/s
- Write: 39.3 MS/s
eMMC Version 5.0 interface or higher version from Toshiba or Sandisk.
JEDEC/MMCA version 5.0 : HS400 interface with 8bit DDR mode.