Possible core for wearable computer?

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www.fit-pc.com/specifications.htm

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Compulab has introduced a fanless PC, roughly the size of a paperback book, that consumes a mere 3 to 5 watts of power. The “fit-PC” comes with Linux preinstalled, and is intended to fit where conventional PCs won’t, according to the Haifa, Israel-based company.

Compulab says the fit-PC is based on the company’s CM-iGLX computer-on-module (COM), touted as the world’s smallest LX800-based single-board computer when it was introduced last fall. The module has a 500 MHz AMD Geode LX800 processor, and is equipped with 256 MB of DDR RAM and up to 512 MB of NAND flash.

www.compulab.co.il/x270/html/x270-enc-datasheet.htm

www.compulab.co.il/x270/html/x270-em-datasheet.htm

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