On Sun, 2004-05-09 at 22:48, Christian van den Bosch wrote:
> Conall O'Brien wrote:
>> >>What does corkwan use them for, as a matter of interest?
> > Odds are, as Access Points.
>> Bang on.
That is the same the pcengines boards mainly are designed for: router
and access point. I don't favour the soekris boards that much because
most of them are "under powered". The 486 based cpu's don't have enough
cpu power in my experience. I do know, that there is a Geode based
Soekris board now, but still. I find the pcengines boards better
In the last end it allways is a matter of need, the circumstances you want
to use the board for and personal taste.
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