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    pico-ITX

    This post by TheAnimus reminded me of a new post on mini-itx.com i saw the other day.


    and i thought nano-ITX was cool!

    you could do so much with this!

    more information at Akibaranews.com

    http://www.akihabaranews.com/en/news...habara%21.html

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    but that takes soo much power.....

    http://www.advantage6.com/products/A9home.html

    3Whatts anyone.

    (yes i know its RISC, and programming for it is hell, RISC OS has no internal security......)

    But still, damn skippy.
    throw new ArgumentException (String, String, Exception)

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    neat little box.

    I don't know how that will compair proformance wise though. With the pico-ITX system you (ok, an OEM) could easily build a full CarPC in the space of a double DIN head unit, if not a single regular sized one, including the flip out screen

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    Wauw! That's really really small. It's awesome!

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    The problem we're starting to have with these small boards are that the connectors are sometimes as big as they are
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