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

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  1. btarunr

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    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.

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    Lots of other interesting SFF devices shown on that link too. +1

    I like the Raspberry Pi case
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    Nice!
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    very interesting
    if they could add 2 more sata it would be rock
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    put 2 ddr slots on each side and we have a deal
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    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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    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.

    That is why we build our own cases. I'm fitting one inside this:

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