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    SFF with a difference

    Here we have a product that I'm looking forward to sinking my reviewer's teeth into. It's an SFF system, but with a twist. Can you work out what the twist is? Why am I even asking; of course you can!

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    integrated screen?

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    yeah, there is an invertor on the left hand side, an ad board, some memory stick and usb ports on the right.

    heck, I would guess it to be made by Enlight...they do those type of machines...ermm LP-791?
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    That whole things pretty freaky - lots of stuff sits under the motherboard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmax222
    yeah, there is an invertor on the left hand side, an ad board, some memory stick and usb ports on the right.

    heck, I would guess it to be made by Enlight...they do those type of machines...ermm LP-791?
    Good call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmax222
    yeah, there is an invertor on the left hand side, an ad board, some memory stick and usb ports on the right.

    heck, I would guess it to be made by Enlight...they do those type of machines...ermm LP-791?
    There's one board left you've failed to identify
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    Theres an FCPGA of some description as well.

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    Card reader ?

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    Theres an FCPGA of some description as well.
    That board might be a touchscreen driver. It looks like a touchscreen type ribbon cable running from there
    and disappearing through a hole under what looks like a HDD mounting bracket.

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    Yes, thats quite possible.

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    OH wait, according to the PDFs, its got a touch screen controller :O

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    Is the unique feature trying to bring lose cabling back into fashion

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    It's a bomb

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    am I at least right with the model number, LP791 by Enlight?

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    Linkage on the 791 for those interested in the external look

    http://nl.enlightcorp.com/Product/Pr...tail.aspx?ID=6

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    • lost eden's system
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    Seems to fit the bill, side mounted USB/card reader, 4 low-profile expansion slots, micro-atx, the stand is in the right place, etc.

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