And Now For Something Completely Different from VersaLogic
09 August 2012
VersaLogic have launched a brand new family of embedded computers to complement their high reliability PC/104, EPIC and EBX boards. The new ‘Falcon’ Embedded Processing Unit (EPU) format combines processor, memory, video, and system I/O into an extremely compact embedded computer.Featuring an Intel® Atom™ E6xxT processor, the Falcon provides up to 1.6 GHz performance with low power consumption. About the size of a credit card (8.4 x 5.5cm), and only 2.2cm thick, the Falcon is the embedded industry’s smallest, lightest, ultra-rugged embedded x86 computer.
It features four USB 2.0 ports, four serial ports, and Intel High-Definition Audio (HDA). A SATA 3 Gb/s interface supports high-capacity rotating or solid-state drives. Dual microSD sockets and a Mini PCIe socket with mSATA capability provide flexible solid-state drive (SSD) options.
Designed to withstand extreme temperature (-40º to +85ºC), the rugged Falcon meets MIL-STD-202G specifications for shock and vibration. Soldered-on RAM and latching SATA, Ethernet, power, and main I/O connectors provide additional ruggedisation for use in extremely harsh environments.
The Falcon is ITAR and RoHS compliant and includes VersaLogic's 5+ year production life guarantee. The Falcon will be available from stock starting in September of 2012. Pricing starts at $853 for 1 GB RAM models in OEM quantities. Contact email@example.com or visit www.sarsen.net for more information.
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