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BVM expands range of embedded boards

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LV-681 Mini ITX board hits the shops


BVM has announced that it has expanded its range of embedded boards with a newLV-681 Mini-ITX motherboard.

According to a press release the new board can handle higher-level integration and has a comprehensive on-board capability for a board of its size.

It also requires low-power consumption and would be good for thin clients, gaming, kiosk, point-of-sale, and other graphics-centric embedded roles.

The AMD S1 processor socket is compatible with AMD Turion 64x2 Dual-Core, AMD Turion 64, and Mobile AMD Sempron processors. The board also implements the ATI RS485M Chipset with the ATI Radeon X-300-based 2D/3D graphics engine that supports dual displays. Up to 2GB of DDR2 SDRAM is available via two SO-DIMM memory slots; there are 8 USB2.0 ports, 3 RS232C and 1 RS232/422/485 serial ports, 2 integral 10/100/1000 LAN ports, PS/2 keyboard and mouse ports and a CompactFlash slot.

The board has one PCI expansion slot and a mini-PCI socket enable a direct connection for standard and specialist industrial I/O cards.
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