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Axiomtek Launches a Palm-sized Intel Atom Fanless System

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Axiomtek's eBOX530-830-FL targets for nearly any field of space-limited and mobile applications like in-vehicle PCs, in-flight systems and other embedded applications.

Axiomtek's eBOX530-830-FL is a compact, embedded system that measures only 160.4 x 135.4 x 60 mm and is powered by Intel's NM10 Express chipset paired with a dual-core Intel Atom N2600 Cedarview processor clocked at 1.6 GHz. The system has been designed to "resist severe environments" and features an IP40-rated aluminum and cold rolled steel enclosure that has a vibration resistance of up to 3 Grms and can be mounted on a din-rail, wall, stand or with a standard VESA mount. Additionally, the system's fanless cooling design is capable of performing silently at operating temperatures ranging from -10°C to +50°C.

The eBOX530-830-FL features a single DDR3-800 SO-DIMM that supports a maximum of 2 GB of memory, one 2.5" SATA drive bay, a CFast slot, and a vibration and shock resistance lockable DC-in power connector. With regards to I/O connectors, the system features one 10/100/1000 Ethernet Port, two RS-232 COM ports, four USB 2.0 connectors, HD Audio and VGA, and DisplayPort outputs.

“Axiomtek develops eBOX530-830-FL as a versatile solution with benefits of small footprint and higher performance-per-watt for sophisticated embedded solutions” said Ray Chang, Product Manager of Product & Marketing Division at Axiomtek. “It is a super compact fanless embedded system measuring only making this system especially fit on to space limited environment, yet still capable of offering rich I/O connections. Many systems have no separate button for resetting; Axiomtek’s eBOX530-830-FL offers a dummy-proof reset button to reboot the system forcibly which increases work efficiency. In addition, its CFast™ slot can endure vibration up to 3Grms and the lockable DC-in connector can also significantly reduce the impact of vibration & shock.”


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    blazorthon , March 18, 2013 9:05 PM
    Your quote doesn't specify the size where it says "measuring only" were the sentence structure implies that this should be there. IDK if that's a typo or the guy whom said it made the mistake.
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    457undead , March 18, 2013 9:48 PM
    In other news this wont appeal to a lot of high end consumers, like me.
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    blazorthon , March 18, 2013 10:44 PM
    In other news this wont appeal to a lot of high end consumers, like me.

    If it's not something that you care about, then why bother reading about it, let alone commenting about it? It's clearly not meant to appeal to high-end customers if it's using Atom, so I see no reason to complain about it not doing something that it's not meant to do and really shouldn't be expected of it anyway.
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    sublime2k , March 18, 2013 11:25 PM
    457undeadIn other news this wont appeal to a lot of high end consumers, like me.

    It says it's using Atom in article title. Did you expect it will max out all the latest games?
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    wavetrex , March 18, 2013 11:30 PM
    I actually like the thing, could be mounted in my scooter for some on-road video recording and music playing. Too bad this probably costs more than the scooter itself...
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    shafe88 , March 19, 2013 6:32 AM
    An amd version would make a nice little media player.
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    lamorpa , March 19, 2013 10:15 AM
    Oops. No HDMI output.