Continuing to expand its computer-on-module family Kontron has just introduced a sub-credit card-sized Xboard that bundles all the commonly used interfaces on 67 x 49 mm, or 2.6” x 1.9” form factor.
Based on the XScale-based Intel 80219 processor, the Kontron X-board is available with either 400 MHz or 600 MHz processing power and carries up to 128 MB of on-board DRAM and up to 32 MB of on-board Flash.
It combines the Intel XScale core with an integrated PCI bus bridge and smart peripheral interfaces and features the AC97 Audio CODEC, 16 MB of on-board graphics memory, CRT and LCD TFT display support with resolutions up to 1280 x
It also supplies all of the interfaces needed for a range of mobile and portable multimedia, including 10/100 Base-T Ethernet and USB 2.0.
Prototypes of the X-board COM and starter kits for Windows CE and Linux are now available so it can be used for testing applications on target platforms immediately. Pricing starts at $240 for small lot sizes.
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