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ODROID-C1+/C2 Case

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This Translucent Black or Clear case has openings for all the outputs including the GPIO pins, making it a great fit for projects that need to connect to external hardware. The GPIO cover can be easily removed by cutting a few tabs.



  • Strong & durable poly-carbonate plastic
  • Snap tabs keep the case together under normal use
  • Removable GPIO plate
  • 2 included screws may be used to optionally lock the two halves of the case together for a more permanent assembly (1 screw included as a spare)
  • 90 x 59 x 28mm dimensions
  • 32g weight

Warranty is valid for two weeks, starting upon date of receipt.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Brandon Gillespie

The C1+ board fits the clear case but I/O cut-outs of the black case do not line up. Maybe a production/printing screw up.

OK case

You need to have a case for a SBC unless you want to accidentally destroy it with ESD (Static shock) the plastic could be better quality but the case gets the job done.

It is nice that it has good little tabs you can dremel or file off to make access ports/holes to the gpio or emmc areas.

The clear one is slightly sensitive to chemicals, made it fade to a non-clear white when i cleaned some usb ports with "plastic safe" contact cleaner. oops. lol ;)

Thank you for that review. We are actually working on new cases ourselves to fill in all the gaps :)


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