This looks smaller and even more integrated the the mini-itx via motherboards.
Via C3 chip 300-1000mhz.
Onboard dc-dc psu 8-28b input.
via cle 266 chipset
onboard backlight connect
onboard jili 30 pin dual channel LVDS interface for TFT upto UXGA
onboard touch screen connector (4/5/8 wire)
onboard CF card adaptor with support for using CF card as IDE primary
onboard PC card adaptor
standard port connector to various stuff (keyboard/ps2 mouse, serial, 3xusb2, 1xirda, 1x100mbit lan, status leds, power/reset button.
another port connector - 1xserial, 1xparallel
onboard battery connector ???
connector for video in/out rgb plgs
connector for digital out to vga/svga tft pannels
connector for vga / sound out.
secondary ide connector
The only thing I couldn't work out is where the memory plugs in - upto 1gb DDR
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God knows - the price isn't listed which is always a bad sign .
Nice. SBCs tend to be fairly expensive though. The RAM is probably SO-DIMMs, which is why you don't recognize the slot.
as the saying goes
if you have to ask, too much
im going to guess it's going to be up there, the company seems to specialize in embedded systems, sbc's and the like
give them a ring, it looks pretty good for what they have listed for it
amd 1700, biostar m7ncg 400, hitachi deskstar 120 8mb , 512 pc2700, liliput 7"
now to put it all together
Maybe. But LVDS controllers and the like are expensive (that was what I was looking for when I came across this). It may be cheaper if you need a lot of the functionality it has and would have to buy individual pieces otherwise.Originally Posted by mushin
Kontron is a local company here in san diego =- they are expensive.
2003 Chevy Tahoe Z71
STOLEN - M10000, 512MB, 60GB 2.5" HDD, 7" Custom mounted Lilliput, Morex 3688 Case, 90W PSU w/ ITPS, GPS & CD-RW/DVD. New parts ordered for the next generation!
Damn. They are looking the most likely to be able to get me the lcd controller I need :-(. I don't want them to be expensive.