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    Trade SBC for Xenarc or Lilliput

    Justwondering if anyone was interested in trading their working Lilliput or Xenarc for a PCM-5820 SBC (Single Board Computer). It is a tiny little thing that requires no cooling and only requires a single 5V input for power. I'll even throw in a 175MB Laptop hard drive and a 10 MB compact flash adapter. The SBC has 1 SODIMM slot and 1 Compact Flash slot for booting from flash. This things boots wicked fast from flash. You'll probably want to get a larger flash if you want to boot windows. I was using it for linux. Has build in ethernet, vga, lcd interface, serial, usb, floppy interface, 44 pin 2.5" ide interface, and more. If you need further specs, or pics, let me know and I'll get it posted. Thanks

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    Can you post a pic?

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    Here are the pics you asked for


    This is a pic of the SBC, 175MB 2.5" IDE Drive and some of the assorted cables. Note the size of the computer compared to the laptop hard drive!!!


    The is the rear of the case that I built for indoor testing. It has a power supply and some more cables.


    This is a side shot of the peripheral connectors. Note that the other connectors are part of the assorted cables (see the first pic).


    Pic of the top/front of the case and the floppy that is also included.


    The owners manual.


    The bottom of the SBC and the included 64MB SODIMM and 10MB CF Card.

    Here is a link to the Spec Sheet for the 5820.
    PCM-5820 DataSheet

    Hope this is what you needed. If you need any more info, let me know.

    --MazdaRick

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    Oh yeah, by the way

    I probably should've included what I paid for this thing. It was around $350 for the board itself, then the cost of the RAM, CF Card, Laptop HDD, Floppy and the case.

    --MazdaRick

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