Looking out for the Odroid? It is now available for pre-order for approximately $320 after conversion, where it is tipped to arrive at your doorstep from November 5th onwards. Expect the Odroid developer edition to run on a similar 833MHz Samsung S5PC100 processor that is found in the iPhone 3GS, coupled with 512MB RAM and a 3.5″ capacitive touchscreen. You won’t find built-in 3G connectivity with this though, although there is the presence of a USB port which you can presumably hook up a 3G dongle at a later time. To jump aboard the Internet bandwagon, you can always take advantage of the Wi-Fi b/g connection alongside a mini HDMI port. The Odroid will be powered by the Android OS 1.5 operating system directly from a 2GB microSD memory card, while an 8GB SD memory card is used for user data.