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    New ITX board and desktop on the loose...

    Check this out...

    System specs and pic

    Motherboard shot

    And the system...

    Short and sweet

    Very cool features... a 32 pin socket for Disk On Chip memory, a 50 pin Compact Flash Disk socket supporting up to 576MB of Compact Flash memory and three (3) Ethernet sockets!

    True it is based on the eden setup, so DVD may be out of the question, but it is still cool to see another product on the market.
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    if by Eden you mean Epia then you are mistaken, the Epia 800 (featuring C3 800) plays DVDs just fine.

    The Epia 5000 (which features the Eden 533 processor) is what has trouble with DVD and Divx
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    Originally posted by ShinkunoNamida
    if by Eden you mean Epia then you are mistaken, the Epia 800 (featuring C3 800) plays DVDs just fine.

    The Epia 5000 (which features the Eden 533 processor) is what has trouble with DVD and Divx
    Read the specs...

    I mean Eden not EPIA. There is a difference.

    EDENs are the ESP line(4000, 5000, and 6000)

    EPIAs are the integraded C3 800.

    I know the 800s don't have a problem running DVD...Hell, I killed a kitten finding out the hard way...
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    If only someone would produce a similar board with *one* network connection and *four* serial ports....

    *sigh*

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    It does have that DOC header. You could fit WinCE on that.
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    Originally posted by Mxyzpltk
    If only someone would produce a similar board with *one* network connection and *four* serial ports....

    *sigh*
    You mean like this one (same company I think too!)

    http://www.lex.com.tw/lpx8601.htm

    It's in the text, although not THAT small, it does have the four serial, and two parallel too!

    Cheers

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    Originally posted by thenominous


    You mean like this one (same company I think too!)

    http://www.lex.com.tw/lpx8601.htm

    It's in the text, although not THAT small, it does have the four serial, and two parallel too!

    Cheers

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    Actualy it claims to have 8!!!

    Quote:
    I/O specification
    3x serial ports supports RS232 spec.
    1x serial port supports RS232/422/485 selectable
    4x serial ports w/ selectable Voltage RI/+5V/+12V
    2x parallel ports for ECP/EPP/SPP spec
    1x DIO port (Digital Input Output) supports 4 Input and 4 Output solution
    DIO port address 445h (low data input, High data Output)(option)
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    [QUOTE]Originally posted by Defiler
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    Actualy it claims to have 8!!!

    Quote:
    I/O specification
    3x serial ports supports RS232 spec.
    1x serial port supports RS232/422/485 selectable
    4x serial ports w/ selectable Voltage RI/+5V/+12V


    I get the feeling that those are the same ones, I think the translation to Engrish made it into 8...

    But, it would be nice if it didnt!

    Dave

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    > You mean like this one (same company I think too!)

    > http://www.lex.com.tw/lpx8601.htm

    * foaming at the mouth *

    Aaaaack!

    That's EXACTLY what I've been wanting! Where can I buy one? Where? Where?

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    That thing even has an ISA slot!
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