Atom-based Nano-ITX formfactor



  • What do you all think of this one?

    SoC
    Intel Atom x5-E3930 dual core processor @ 1.3 / 1.8 GHz with 2MB L2 cache 1MB, 12 EU Intel Gen 9 HD Graphics (6.5W TDP)
    Intel Atom x5-E3940 quad core processor @ 1.6 / 1.8 GHz with 2MB L2 cache, 12 EU Intel Gen 9 HD Graphics (9W TDP)
    Intel Atom x7-E3950 quad core processor @ 1.6 / 2.0 GHz with 2MB L2 cache, 18 EU Intel Gen 9 HD Graphics (12W TDP)
    System Memory – 1x DDR3L 1866/1600 SO-DIMM slot Up to 8GB
    Storage – 1x SATA III port, 1x mSATA socket, 1x micro SD socket; 8 MB serial SPI firmware flash with AMI Aptio 2.X (UEFI) BIOS
    Video Output / Display I/F
    dual channel 24-bit LVDS connector up to 1920×1200
    2x DB-15 (VGA) connector up to 2560×1600
    1x DisplayPort up to 4096×2160
    Video Support – Hardware acceleration for H.264, H.265, MPEG-2, VC1/WMV9, JPEG, VP8 and VP9
    Audio – Realtek ALC892 HDA codec, 1x 3.5mm Line-Out audio jack, on-board header with Line-In, Line-Out, and Mic-in
    Network Connectivity
    E3930 – 1x RJ45 connector using 1x i21oIT Gigabit Ethernet controller
    E3940/E3950 – 2x RJ45 connectors using 2x i210IT GbE controllers
    USB – 2x USB 3.0 on rear I/O, 2x USB 3.0 via 3.0 pitch header
    Serial – 1x RS-232/422/485 on-board connector
    Expansion
    1x M.2 socket (type E)
    1x full size mini PCIe socket
    8-bit configurable GPIOs controlled by embedded controller
    Misc – Watchdog timer, hardware monitoring (CPU & system temperature, voltages), on-board TPM 2.0 chip
    Power Supply – 12 to 24V DC input
    Dimensions – 120 x 120 mm (Nano-ITX form factor)
    Temperature and Humidity Ranges – -40 °C to +85 °C; 5% to 95% RH, non-condensing
    MTBF – Over 100,000 hours at 55 C

    Found here: http://hackerboards.com/first-apollo-lake-nano-itx-sbc-emerges/



  • Looks like that could be a nice little board but I bet its expensive.


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