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Friday, 13 July 2012 11:44

Kontron to launch Tegra 3 based motherboard

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Mini-ITX board

Kontron is launching a new product that throws Nvidia's Tegra 3 into an ARM based, mini-ITX motherboard.

Dubbed the KTT30/mITX, the board packs a Tegra 3 chip clocked at 900MHz. It measures a mini-ITX standard 170mm x 170mm, but aside from the dimensions it really has little in common with Atom or Brazos boards.

The specs list an integrated chipset, up to 2GB DDR3L memory, ultra low power Nvidia Geforce GPU, 1080p H264 MPEG-4 encoding/decoding Video Processor, HDMI 1.4a 1920x1080 and more. The board sports 24bit LVDS up to 2048x1536 @18bpp and supports up to three displays simultaneously.

As far as connectivity goes, it has three USB 2.0 ports, one of them being microUSB, two SD slots, HDMI and bootable eMMC. The board has mPCIe, mPCIe\mSATA, one mPCIe for 3G (onboard SIM socket) and two RS232 connectors.

The board also has a 10/100/1000 Ethernet Controller and S/PDIF audio. Impressively enough, the entire platform consumes less than 7W.

More here, via Fanlesstech


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