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  • fteoath64 - Sunday, August 24, 2014 - link

    Nice to see small boards with DC-in as the alternative power source rather than traditional PSU which is bulky and has a fan in it. They ought to make one without the SIM slot. It is pretty useless except for POS applications. Typically POS apps will use a USB modem anyways. Reply
  • shenanigans - Monday, August 25, 2014 - link

    This board is, apart from "Long Life Cycle Support" and SIM card reader, more or less the same as ASRock's Q1900TM-ITX but with higher price. Reply
  • AntonyIndia - Friday, August 29, 2014 - link

    If this kind of board was cheap millions would buy it for their home PCs : 67% of the world's PC users are not into heavy gaming. Schools, offices, colleges etc. would love this kind of fanless /CPU soldered designs as there much less chance of failure. Manufacturers should include good Linux, XP etc. drivers though to keep it cheap for the end user. Reply

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