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    T5700

    What about this?
    http://h50025.www5.hp.com/hpcom/my_e...42_DC639A.html

    Windows XPe, 512MB solid state disk, 1Ghz, usb...

    but, Transmeta Crusoe TM5800 support x86 applications?

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    this say yes:
    http://www.transmeta.com/crusoe/crus...00_tm5500.html

    but with the Transmeta's x86 Code Morphing™ software, just intel runtime emulation

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    The only problem is the GPS soft, but....

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    Wink T5700 is kool

    The T5700 is a Mini ITX with a 256 MB Disk on Module (DoM, Flash memory that plugs into a 44 pin IDE connector)
    It will boot off a USB key to allow you to load another OS on the flash. Alternatively remove the DoM and put in a 2.5" HDD, you'll also need a 44pin IDE cable.

    If i could convince the client to give me the T5700 I'd have it in my car.

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    But, VIA C3 procesors are native x86, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirope
    But, VIA C3 procesors are native x86, no?
    Well yeah, but that's not a Via processor at all !

    That is a Transmeta Crusoe.
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