COMMELL Introduces HS-770 Half-Size Pentium M PCI CPU Card

7/13/2005 - Taiwan Commate Computer Inc.(COMMELL), the worldwide leader of Single Board Computers, introduced the world`s first Half-size PCI CPU Card HS-770 with the Intel Centrino mobile technology 915GM Express chipset, which is the first Pentium M/ Celeron M Half-size PCI CPU Card to support for 533MHz Front Side Bus to up to 33% increase in Front Side Bus bandwidth over the previous generation and support for dual channel DDR2 400/533 MHz up to 2GB memory. Integrated 32-bit 3D core engine, based on Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900(Intel GMA 900) architecture, operates at core speeds of up to 320MHz, delivers a 2 times improvement in graphics performance over the previous generation chipset (855GME), The integrated display controller comes with Dual independent pipe for dual independent display and Single- or Dual-channel LVDS panel support up to WUXGA panel resolution.

The HS-770 comes with floppy, PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse, 3 x RS232 & 1 x RS232/422/485, 1 x Printer port, UltraATA 33/66/100 EIDE, Networking is provided by Marvell E8053 dual Gigabit Ethernet LAN. 2 x USB2.0 ports for 40X faster data transfer rate and backward compatible to support USB 1.0 devices and AC97 3D Audio are also integrated. A Mini-PCI slot uses Mini-PCI add-on card for easily using any wireless card or other add-on cards.Additionally, HS-770 is also equipped with CompactFlash Interface type II for easily using any memory card.

The COMMELL HS-770 is designed to meet the needs of applications that require extraordinary computing performance, reliability and other tough enviroment with low power consumption processor, which also well supports with the Windows 2000/XP, Linux operation systems.

HS-770 Features

COMMELL Half-size CPU Card

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