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Aug 24, 2010 - 1 minute read - sbc

Glomation GESBC-9260

Glomation GESBC-9260 – Aug. 06, 2008 – This ARM9-powered single-board computer (SBC) from Glomation runs Linux and costs just $69 in volume. The GESBC-9260 measures 3.75 x 3.5 inches, sports Atmel’s 200MHz AT91SAM9260, and targets “highly connected image processing applications” such as Ethernet-based IP cameras, and bar code readers.

Aug 24, 2010 - 3 minute read - sbc

Via P700

__ – Jun. 30, 2008 – This Via Technologies motherboard uses its tiny 3.9 x 2.8 inch pico-ITX format, and is available with a 1GHz C7 or 500MHz Eden ULV processor. The P700 boasts an onboard DC-DC adapter, and comes with two daughterboards that add real-world I/O connectors. The new Epia P700 pico-ITX is available with the 1GHz Via C7 processor as the Via Epia P700-10L, or with the fanless 500MHz Eden ULV as the Epia P700-05LE.

Aug 24, 2010 - 1 minute read - sbc

Embedian MXM-8310 and MXM-8110

Embedian MXM-8310 and MXM-8110 – Jul. 10, 2008 – These two computer-on-modules (COMs) from Embedian are available with a baseboard that connects via an MXM (Mobile PCI Express Module) connector. The MXM-8310 and MXM-8110 run Debian on a PXA320 (Monahans-P) processor, and offer interfaces for Ethernet, USB, TFT LCD, RS232, CF, and IDE.

Aug 24, 2010 - 1 minute read - sbc

Beagle Board -

_TI Beagle Board _ – Jun. 09, 2008 – This $150 hobbyist board from Texas Instruments (TI) runs Linux on TI’s 600MHz OMAP3530 processor, the fanciest of its ARM Cortex-A8 OMAP35xx SoCs. The 3-inch-square BeagleBoard offers 128MB of 166MHz DDR RAM and 256MB of NAND flash, powers up over USB, and offers multiple interfaces.

Aug 24, 2010 - 1 minute read - sbc

Cogent CSB737

Cogent CSB737 – Apr. 24, 2008 – This SO-DIMM-sized (2.6 x 2.0 inches) computer module from Cogent Computer Systems targets “any size-restricted, low-power embedded system.” Based on Atmel’s AT91SAM9263 processor, the CSB737 runs Linux, and is available with a development kit and carrier board.

Aug 24, 2010 - 1 minute read - sbc

Debian-based KB9260

KwikByte KB9260 – Mar. 12, 2008 – KwikByte’s 3.1 x 3.1-inch SBC targets general purpose computing, embedded controls, machine vision, remote monitoring, and database/web servers. The Debian-based KB9260 incorporates a 200MHz ARM9-based AT91SAM9260 processor, offers a variety of I/O interfaces, and costs only $80 in volume.