[rescue] Bigger Iron at Home

Francois Dion fdion at atriumwindows.com
Tue Nov 11 15:42:09 CST 2003

Mini-ITX even better. If you can wait a few more weeks, this will be 
available: http://www.viavpsd.com/product/epia_tc_spec.jsp?motherboardId=201

But in the meantime, the Via Eden boards or C3 (both mini-itx) would 
work well.

Then there is the upcoming nano-itx format...

As for touch screen:
but these are expensive. these would also work:

Last, the power supply:


Mike Hebel wrote:

> On Tuesday, November 11, 2003, at 02:49 PM, Joshua Boyd wrote:
>> I picture a modest flat panel flush mounted in a cupboard door, with an
>> ultra small machine tucked into the back of the cupboard.  The panel
>> should be touch sensitive, with a small mic in one corner, and a small
>> IR port (or two) for wireless keyboard and talking to a handhelp
>> machine.
> This is most likely where mini-ATX shines.  (You could use something 
> like a Javastation too but I doubt it would be vast enough for cooking 
> videos.  ;-)  I suspect you'll be able to only reduce the storage of 
> the top cupboard shelf by a small amount with the box custom-mounted 
> to the back of the cabinet.
> Then a small 9" touch screen and a small wireless keyboard and you're 
> all set.

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