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Thread: Anyone heard about Commell LE-362? (nano-ITX sized MOBO)

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    Variable Bitrate NoPistonPC's Avatar
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    Anyone heard about Commell LE-362? (nano-ITX sized MOBO)

    I ran into this: http://www.commell-sys.com/Product/SBC/LE-362.htm and I was wondering if anyone has heard anything about this motherboard? It is about the size of a 3.5" drive and takes up about the same total area as a nano-ITX board (146mm x 101mm). It can hold a 1GHz C3 processor, is based on the Unichrome CLE266 chipset (so it has hardware DVD decoding), has onboard 128MB SDRAM (so it doesn't require another memory stick), has TV-out, IDE and USB 2.0 ports, AC97 audio, 10/100 ethernet, and a compact flash socket!

    I couldn't find anyone selling them though...

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    Just heard about it last night on TechTV. A guy has made a full working PC out of one in a cigar box. This is the guys website: SlipperySkip.com


    I was wondering if the nano-itx mb can fit into a din sized unit? The hamster is full speed on the wheel!

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    Well, a mini-ITX board can already fit into a DIN slot (Travla C134: http://www.cartft.com/catalog/il/50).

    This 3.5" board could probably fit in your ashtray.

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