Friday, April 13th 2012

J&W Unveils First Nano-ITX Atom "Cedar Trail" Motherboard

Embedded systems and IPC maker J&W unveiled the first Atom "Cedar Trail" motherboard in the nano-ITX form-factor. The board measures just 120 x 120 mm, and is designed for embedded computing devices. It draws power from a 2-pin 12V DC input. It holds a dual-core Intel Atom D2700 (2.13 GHz) or D2500 (1.83 GHz) processor, one DDR3 SO-DIMM slot (reverse side), which supports up to 4 GB of DDR3-1066/800 MHz memory, and basic connectivity. The lone expansion slot is a mini-PCIe, designed to hold WLAN adapters.

Display outputs include D-Sub (by header), LVDS, and HDMI. Connectivity options include one SATA 3 Gb/s (AHCI), five USB 2.0 ports (three type-A connectors, two via headers), gigabit Ethernet, 6-channel HD audio over HDMI and 2-channel analog audio, RS232 Serial, SD/SDHC card reader, SIM card slot (3G option), consumer IR, and PS/2 (header). The CPU and core logic can be passively cooled. The Cedar Trail Nano-ITX board from J&W will be available to embedded systems and IPC markets, soon.

Source: FanlessTech
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8 Comments on J&W Unveils First Nano-ITX Atom "Cedar Trail" Motherboard

#3
micropage7
very interesting
if they could add 2 more sata it would be rock
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#4
zomg
put 2 ddr slots on each side and we have a deal
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#5
meirb111
since this is nano itx and not itx its hard to find a case for it there is only mini itx but those are big and make no sense installing them there.the board use only 20w, power source is external like laptops
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Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Nano-ITX to the people! I have a VIA Nano-ITX board and the size is staggering. Now I want these in the retail channel and I want a pricetag on it that is below $200.

by: meirb111
since this is nano itx and not itx its hard to find a case for it there is only mini itx but those are big and make no sense installing them there.the board use only 20w, power source is external like laptops
That is why we build our own cases. I'm fitting one inside this:

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Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: meirb111
what is that? Old satellite phone it looks bigger then itx
Ericsson Hotline 450, a mobile phone from the 80's.
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