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High end graphics capability and frugal power requirements

19 October 2016

The new LP-176 Pico-ITX (100 x 72mm) form factor board is based on a 14nm Braswell four core processor, either the N3710 Pentium Core clocked at 1.60GHz or the Atom X5-E8000 running at 1.04GHZ.

Both versions have Generation 8 graphics support with a standard HDMI output; a DisplayPort interface is an optional alternative and HD audio is from the Realtek ALC262 Codec. A 24-bit dual channel LVDS graphics interface is also on-board. Up to 8GB of 1600MHz memory is available. With a very low TDP of 6W for the Core and 5W for the Atom processor, both are suitable for fanless operation in a wide range of space constricted applications such as information appliances where graphics rich performance and high end audio is a key requirement.

Mass storage is accessed through a 6Gb/s SATA3 interface; a Mini PCIe slot also supports mSATA. Other I/O includes a Gigabit LAN port, USB2.0 and 3.0 ports and a RS232 serial port. Power is from an external 5.0VDC ± 5% supply. 

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