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    nano-itx pics..

    for your viewing pleasure...









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    nahhh check these out:

    Pentium M 1.6ghz!!!

    Intel extreme 2 graphics + allt he usual CF slot, PCMCIA, LVDS, sound etc


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    @acura cl: Where did you get it?

    @Scouse Monkey: Seems to be another Kontron affiliated product. Now, how do you go about buying one of those and what does it cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rando
    @acura cl: Where did you get it?

    @Scouse Monkey: Seems to be another Kontron affiliated product. Now, how do you go about buying one of those and what does it cost?
    Will be breif so i don't thread jack too much. The 1.1Ghz Pentium M is about 350 which is a lot but the specs are damn good and the 1.1ghz PM will out perform a 2ghz P4! Just contact Kontron USA (your prices may be cheaper) but I would do it from your company email not ptivate. I was enquiring through my Uni research so they were happy to deal with me. That is one of their JRex boards which have lots of addon modules (called JFlex). They do epia 1Ghz CPUs liek the nanoITX for about 200!!!

    The boards are 3.5" wide and a bit longer and come in ATX or single voltage I think (later is more expensive). Personalyl I prefer microbus stuff gromt he specs but that stuff is probably a lot more expensive. Kontron do some nice mATX, Felx ATX and full ATX mobos at reasonable prices considering they are built for industry.

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    Yah, I sent Kontron an email many months ago regarding one of their M boards--but never heard back from them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rando
    @acura cl: Where did you get it?
    i won it from logicsupply.

    it's a unit they reviewed from via.

    they had a drawing last month for people who rated them on reseller ratings.
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    Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Monkey
    nahhh check these out:

    Pentium M 1.6ghz!!!

    Intel extreme 2 graphics + allt he usual CF slot, PCMCIA, LVDS, sound etc

    I want one.. this would just fit nice behind my lcd :-)

    anymore details on this ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CdRsKuLL
    I want one.. this would just fit nice behind my lcd :-)

    anymore details on this ?
    yeah PM me your email and I'll send you some when I send Rando some details when i get to work.

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    go here: http://www.wdlsystems.com/index.shtml for an idea of kontron boards. definitely nice boards and lots of add-ons, but keep in mind these are meant for embedded developers and they're much more reliable than any board VIA could ever come up with so they are much more expensive. the 5V boards are pretty cool!

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