Tiny wall-wart sized T-Engine PC runs Linux, TRON
"The Teacube, or "tangerine computer," is based on an NEC Electronics VR5701 processor, with a MIPS core clocked at 266 or 333MHz. It includes 16MB of Flash memory, and 64MB of SDRAM. Interfaces include 2 x USB host, 2 x RS-232C serial, CompactFlash (IDE), 10/100 Ethernet, external video connector supporting up to 1280x1024 resolution with 65K colors, an eTRON port, and headphone and microphone ports. The device also includes a hardware real-time clock.
(Submitted by Noel Sun Jun 20, 2004 )
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