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Mini-ITX Baseboard Accepts ARM or x86 COMs

Data Modul unveiled a signage-oriented Mini-ITX format baseboard that accepts both ARM- and Atom-based Qseven COMs, and drives LCDs as large as 82 inches. Standards such as the Qseven spec for computer-on-modules (COMs) are designed in part to enable customers to easily replace one COM with another — even from other manufacturers using other processors […]

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