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    Aopen Pandora MiniPC MP915-B

    Just ordered my Aopen Pandora MiniPC MP915-B from here Will post more info once i recieve it for those that may be interested in the same setup.

    http://www.asimobile.com/minipc_specs_M915b_ca.htm
    http://www.asimobile.com/minipc%20MP915-b_ca.htm




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    I've been eyeing these systems, they look pretty slick. I'd definately be interested to see what you think of it.

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    Hmm, looks pretty sweet. What screen are you planning on using with this? No VGA or RCA video output on these things? I'll definately be looking into these more...thanks for the post and pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by SnyperBob
    Hmm, looks pretty sweet. What screen are you planning on using with this? No VGA or RCA video output on these things? I'll definately be looking into these more...thanks for the post and pics
    Im planning on using the new 8" widescreen linitx vga monitor for my new setup. Like the Mac mini all you need is a dvi to vga adapter to plug in a vga monitor. I'm currently using an Aopen pentium M micro atx board and the only thing i will miss is the pandoras lack of a serial port and spdif. Form the specs it seems that the Carnetix P1900 will be the best power supply for it, hopefully it does not have some kind of special power button.

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    I'm interested to see what you think about this MiniPC too. I've had my eye on it for a little while. The one thing I'm concerned about would be powering it as the power connector is an integrated AC jack. It looks like that power supply you listed should do the trick though since the MacMini is setup the same way. This is the perfect size to fit in the area I want it in my car and it would save me a lot of time from building a custom enclosure for the space I want. Looking forward to your comments/review.

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    It gets delivered on friday so i will try to post some pics and a mini review on it.

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    any updates? i've been waiting for this thing, too...

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    Fedex loaded my package on the wrong truck, so im not going to get it till tuesday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnyperBob
    Hmm, looks pretty sweet. What screen are you planning on using with this? No VGA or RCA video output on these things? I'll definately be looking into these more...thanks for the post and pics
    DVI outputs both digital and analog (that means VGA)

    S-Video output can be easily converted to RCA with a simple cable

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    as long as you can solder leads in parrellel to the power button the Carnetix P1900 shouldn't have a problem "pressing" it. The P1900 has a jumper that momentarily connects the leads for you.

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