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BIOSTAR Announces the J1800TH Mini ITX System-On-Chip Solution

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    BIOSTAR has announced the J1800TH, a mini ITX mainboard with CPU on board, (known as System on a Chip or SoC). These boards are centered around being small and efficient using a small form factor with an embedded CPU, having low power consumption, and being fan-less. They are perfect for all sorts of various industrial applications.

    The BIOSTAR J1800TH is the latest in all-in-one board that takes advantage of the optimized performance of Intel's Bay Trail chipset by delivering a new generation of technology with value-added features and easy integration.

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    The J1800TH board, being in the mini-ITX form factor, is backwards compatible with ATX and micro-ATX form factors. The ITX form factor allows you to build small and energy efficient solutions. The J1800TH is a simple, affordable and internet centric computer design in a compact 17x17 cm size. It is the ideal solution for an ultra small form factor system and easily used with various chassis makes.

    For the Smart Office situation, the J1800TH ITX board will give you a budget saving dual core computing based on the Intel J1800 chips. This is a silent, fan-less design featuring low power consumption. It is perfect for office space saving and creating a neat and tidy office area, and ultra speed data transfers are no problem with the USB 3.0 interface.

    With the J1800TH there are a multitude of business applications such as Digital Signage, Thin Clients, Point of Sales units and Kiosks.
     
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    SoC is such a buzzword.

    And where's my nanoITX boards?
     
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    I looks like they've already crammed a lot into that board.
    I'm not sure where everything would go in a smaller form factor.
     
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    It was more of a general outcry. No one makes cheap nanoITX boards. :(
     
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    17x17 cm size
    and place it in lego box ;):):cool:
     
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    Well, they have enough room to print instructions on the board :D

    SoC with on-die memory may help push nanoITX. From both the perspective of it just being easier to layout as well as making mATX/mITX the new norm since they'll be full-featured with all that extra room.
     
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    Note that this is *thin* mini ITX, not standard mini ITX. AFAIK the first TmITX Bay Trail board on the market?
     
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    When I see it I want to vomit.
     
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