Discussion in 'Industry News' started by Guest-16, 28 Jun 2008.
That isn't DVI-D...
And it'll still need a power brick
The DVI-D is on the pin header behind the VGA and COM port, so it needs a cable.
10 cm x 7.2 cm, but how much bigger is it with the two boards attached?
finally. it was a PITA getting all those pin header cables staying in the pins. i might have to look into this...
My question is: how good are these things at decoding HD video? I really want to build my dad a home entertainment system based on something tiny and quiet.
I might be able to tell you soon, but I expect HD video - poor.
Would be interesting, Bindi.
I'm thinking of building something around that (or ATOM). Emphasis on read-only (no need to encode anything), headless (preferably - controlling it should ideally happen through one of those aftermarket LCD's that casemodders use all the time. )
Portwell PEB-2736, 105mm x 140mm. More expensive, not as small, but should be a better performer and about as good for power usage.
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