wireless digest, Vol 1 #416 - 1 msg

John Wan jw at icp.net.au
Mon Dec 17 09:36:00 EST 2001

We supply a unit for a large project which is designed to fit into the rear
of a NEC plasma screen. This unit has everything on board  with builtin DVD
rom, 10/100 Base-T NIC, 802.11b wireless compact flash card and even a
10/100 fibre connection option.

This unit runs at 700Mhz Pentium III.
16:9 ratio HD-TV video output, TV-out with S-video and composite (PAL/NTSC)
output,DVI output,DVD/MPeg2 decoding.
64Mb video, 848x480, 852x480,1280x768, 1366 x 768 res plasma screen output.
On board sound line out, surround sound SPDIF 
802.11b 7 WiFi compatible.

The size of the unit is 425x200x61mm.

the most intresting part is the built-in compact flash wireless adapter.

With Regards

John Wan

ICP Global Pty Ltd
Industrial Computer Products
Suite 507 Eastgardens Office Tower
152 Bunnerong Road
Pagewood (Eastgardens), NSW 2035
Sydney, Australia
Tel (Int + 61) 2 9314 2092
Fax (Int +61) 2 9344 9537

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   1. Small PCs (was Wireless Access Points) (Jamin W. Collins)


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Subject: Small PCs (was Wireless Access Points)
From: "Jamin W. Collins" <jcollins at asgardsrealm.net>
To: wireless at lists.samba.org
Date: 16 Dec 2001 09:07:20 -0600

On Thu, 2001-12-13 at 17:08, JonesMB wrote:
> I wonder if there is a market for PCs that have the same approx.
> as a VCR or DVD player and fit in a home entertainment center or TV 
> stand.  if such a PC existed, you could have one of those in your hall and

> the AP nearby.

There are numerous companies making small PC.  I provided the link to
one such PC earlier (it had integrated modem and 10/100 ethernet).

ePC-II (by far the smallest I've seen)

And there are numerous companies making small cases such as:

Jamin W. Collins


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