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    Newbie raghavghei's Avatar
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    5 sec boot computer

    http://www.compactpc.com.tw/ebox-3800.htm

    look at this madd ncie



    CPU


    Onboard VIA EDEN-N Nano BGA processor

    BIOS


    AMI BIOS

    System Chipset


    VIA CLE266 / VT8235

    I/O Chip


    VIA VT1211

    System Memory


    Onboard DDR 256MB

    Expansion


    1 x X-PCI connector
       
    I/O  

    MIO


    1 x EIDE (UltraDMA 133) (44Pin, 2.0 mm Box Header)
    1 x PS/2 K/B, 1 x PS/2 Mouse

    USB


    2 x USB 2.0 Ports (one on front)
     
    Display  

    Chipset


    Integrated VIA UniChrome 2D/3D Graphics with MPEG2 Accelerator

    Display Memory


    8/16/32/64 MB share system memory

    Resolution


    CRT mode : 1280 x 1024 @32 bpp (85Hz)
    LCD/Simultaneous mode : 1280 x 1024 @ 32 bpp (85Hz)
     
    Audio

    AC97 2.2 (Codec)


    VT1612

    Audio Interface


    Line out, Line in, Mic in
       
    Ethernet  
    Chipset VT6103 10/100 Base-T
    Remote Boot ROM built-in boot ROM function, support PXE boot and Wake-up on LAN
       


    Mechanical & Environment
    Power Requirement +5V @ 4.5A (with VIA Eden-N 800Mhz, DDR 256MB & 2.5" HDD)

    Operating Temperature


    -20 ~ 60 ℃ (-4 140 ℉)

    Operating Humidity


    0% - 90% relative humidity, non-condensing

    Size (W x H x D)


    170 x 124 x 38 mm
    Weight 780 g

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    That's unbelieveable...and it only needs 5V to run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghettocruzer View Post
    I was gung ho on building a PC [until] just recently. However, between my new phone having internet and GPS and all...and this kit...Im starting to have trouble justfiying it haha.
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    me thinks that the bios takes only 5 seconds... the whole boot sequence will take longer depending on the OS and hardware
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    Via Epia M10000, 512 PC2100, Opus 150, 8" lilly touch, 320 GB 7200 WD Caviar

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    Cris, a lot of industrial sized PCs only need 5V to run. I was suprised to find my P3 sbc was ATX input as i was expecting 5V inputl

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    No idea on price yet. I think they only announced it yesterday.

    Here's a tiny bit more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugbyte
    Price?
    $365US
    got it form here
    http://engadget.com/entry/1234000797063317/

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    as cheap as $331, see here: eBox - Ultra Small PC and yeah it's the BIOS that is 5sec (AMIBIOS).

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    Sounds Funny

    OK I admit I'm a Mac guy

    But 336 or something

    ANd No DVD No HD No System !!???

    When you add all this up I'm not sure it still that interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by ca55e5a
    Sounds Funny

    OK I admit I'm a Mac guy

    But 336 or something

    ANd No DVD No HD No System !!???

    When you add all this up I'm not sure it still that interesting
    For me, I find the tiny size and the fact that it runs linux (and so has linux supported hardware) pluses.

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