Habey’s main focus in the PC market is towards industrial computers, with Ganesh having reviewed the BIS-6590 and BIS-6922 fanless systems last year. Industrial oriented components by their nature require sufficient design for 24/7 operation, sometimes in niche environments. To that extent Habey has released the MITX-6771, a Bay Trail based thin mini-ITX motherboard equipped with the Celeron J1900 SoC for the main purpose of providing an drop-in upgrade path for Intel DN2800MT users in the embedded sector. This means that the connectivity/IO of this new motherboard is designed to match the DN2800MT, with Habey adding a couple of extra features.
Habey MITX-6771 left, Intel DN2800MT right
Using the 10W J1900 (quad core, 2.42 GHz) and a sufficient heatsink allows Habey to continue its fanless range...
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Wesley Fink on 6/28/2005
Asus introduces an Intel 955x with memory options to DDR2-1066 and the promise of SLI performance.
Wesley Fink on 5/11/2005
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Wesley Fink on 2/28/2005
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Wesley Fink on 2/5/2005
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Wesley Fink on 12/16/2004
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Wesley Fink on 12/7/2004
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Wesley Fink on 11/29/2004
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Wesley Fink on 11/24/2004
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Wesley Fink on 11/12/2004
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Wesley Fink on 11/9/2004
Our most recent trip to Taiwan yielded some interesting information from AMD and Intel to ATI and NVIDIA.
Anand Lal Shimpi on 11/3/2004
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Wesley Fink on 10/28/2004
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Wesley Fink on 10/25/2004
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Wesley Fink on 9/14/2004
The performance community has been eagerly awaiting DFI's latest design for Athlon 64. Is the shipping board all that was expected?
Wesley Fink on 9/8/2004
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Wesley Fink on 8/16/2004
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Wesley Fink on 8/12/2004
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Wesley Fink on 8/6/2004
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Wesley Fink on 7/30/2004
We take you behind the scenes of Abit's Suzhou manufacturing facilities outside of Shanghai. Pictures, primers and new products are inside.
Kristopher Kubicki on 6/11/2004