Celeron single-board computer

Atlanta, Ga. —Single board computer uses Intel's Celeron processor with Intel's Socket 370 low-profile Plastic Pin Grid Array. The computer includes Celeron processor, 440BX AGPset, on-board video, and 10/100 Base-T Ethernet interfaces. Basic configuration is available without video, Ethernet, or SCSI.

07/01/1999


Atlanta, Ga. —Single board computer uses Intel's Celeron processor with Intel's Socket 370 low-profile Plastic Pin Grid Array. The computer includes Celeron processor, 440BX AGPset, on-board video, and 10/100 Base-T Ethernet interfaces. Basic configuration is available without video, Ethernet, or SCSI. Other standard features include Intel's 69000 SVGA, Advanced Graphics Port interface with 2 MB of display memory for full-screen, full-motion video. Ultra Wide SCSI interface supporting 40 Mbps, dual PCI EIDE, floppy interface, two serial ports, parallel port, and PS/2 mouse port are also included.

Trenton Technology Inc.





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