Page 1:AOpen's Mobile On Desktop (MoDT) Launches
Page 2:Core Duo On A Desktop Motherboard
Page 3:Lower Power Requirements
Page 4:Lower Cooling Requirements
Page 5:Intel Core Duo Vs. Pentium D
Page 6:AOpen I975Xa-YDG
Page 7:Intel's Platform Power Roadmap
Page 8:Platform Evolution
Page 9:The 1.36 Liter Mini PC
Page 10:Test Setup
Page 11:Preliminary Test Results
Page 13:Conclusion: More Core Duo Platforms Wanted!
The 1.36 Liter Mini PC
With a volume of just 1.36 liters, the AOpen Mini PC idea is not far away from Apple's Mac Mini. The difference, however, is that AOpen's solution will include a fully featured performance PC - with dual core CPU and SO-DIMM DDR2 memory - including all of the features that the 945G chipset offers. This includes 100 Mbit or Gigabit networking; IEEE-802.11 a/b/g networking with external antenna; and flexible interface support depending on the Southbridge. The power supply for this type of PC is going to be external, but the applications are endless: Imagine TFT displays that include a such a dual core computer built into their back panel!
AOpen already found a nice application for its Mini PC.
Running a dual core low power system in your car would enable new applications.
- AOpen's Mobile On Desktop (MoDT) Launches
- Core Duo On A Desktop Motherboard
- Lower Power Requirements
- Lower Cooling Requirements
- Intel Core Duo Vs. Pentium D
- AOpen I975Xa-YDG
- Intel's Platform Power Roadmap
- Platform Evolution
- The 1.36 Liter Mini PC
- Test Setup
- Preliminary Test Results
- Conclusion: More Core Duo Platforms Wanted!