On Wed, 12 Sep 2001, Phil Trickett wrote:
> Just reading PCPRO, and PCWORLD are running an advert featuring an SBC which
> plugs into an ISA slot, but looks as if it will work on its own.
>> I'm going to give Blanch outlet a ring on this as this is the spec:
>> Socket 370
> Sis 630E AGP graphics
> 2 DIMM Sockets
> AC97 Codec on board
> Built in 10/100 Ethernet, and 2 UDMA66 connectors
>> Mouse, Keyb, 2xUSB
>> And the price you may ask?
>> ?129 inc VAT (This is in sterling!)
wow.. not bad at all, at all.
>> Guess my In car MP3 player just got that bit closer.
thing is, what about serial console? 'd be a right pain if you had to
drag a monitor and keyboard to your car (in my case motorbike) to
debug it. also need flash. don't want disks.
there's just so many many SBC vendors out there, but guess i'll just
have to go and mail some.
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