Review: Replacing Dropbox with an ODROID-HC1

Review: Replacing Dropbox with an ODROID-HC1

By Steve Lambert at

We now use the HC-1 as a server for the organization. It cost us much less than Dropbox Business accounts would have, even within the first year. All told it was around $80 including the $50 HC-1, power supply, cover, and an SD card. And it’s arguably more secure (depending on how much you trust Dropbox and the NSA).

You can check out the ODROID-HC1 at ameriDroid.

Note: The ODROID-HC2 is a larger version of the HC1 that supports 3.5" hard drives.

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