Thursday, April 26th 2012

Giada Also Intros HM65 Tiny System Board

Giada also introduced a tiny nano-ITX system board based on Intel HM65 mobile-on-desktop platform, featuring a low-power "Sandy Bridge" Celeron/Core processor. The board is designed to run off external DC power input. The board can be used as a micro-server. Apart from a standard SATA 6 Gb/s port, it has two slots, a mini PCI-Express (for WLAN+Bluetooth cards), and an mSATA (to hold its OS SSD). SO-DIMM memory slots, we imagine, are on the reverse side of the PCB. The system can be programmed to run headless, or there is a host of connectivity options along the top of the board, including USB, HDMI, D-Sub, Ethernet, and stereo line-out. The PCI-Express interface below is for an additional PCB that expands connectivity.
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7 Comments on Giada Also Intros HM65 Tiny System Board

#1
rob49152
Thats a very cool idea! But why are the ports on the top of the card and not on a PCI backplate so they stick out of the case?
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#2
to6ko91
insysteception :rolleyes:
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#3
rob49152
by: to6ko91
insysteception :rolleyes:
Thank god that wasn't a 'Yo Dawg! I heard you like...' joke;)
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#4
arterius2
by: rob49152
Thank god that wasn't a 'Yo Dawg! I heard you like...' joke;)
Yo dawg! I heard you like crysis, so we put a pc in yo pc, so you can game while you game
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#6
badtaylorx
internal "ROG"connect anyone???
:rockout:
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#7
Wile E
Power User
Hmmmmm, car PC.

Any idea on price?
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