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VIA Embedded Store Launches for Embedded ARM & x86 Boards and Systems

Most of the time for boards and systems targeting industrial or embedded applications, companies will not provide pricing information, and if you want a sample for evaluation, or want to order a few for a project requiring limited quantities, you’ll need to contact sales, talk about your project, volume, schedule, etc… But for VIA Embedded boards and systems, you won’t need to go through this loop anymore, as the company has just launched VIA Embedded Store where you can buy boards such as VAB-820 pico-ITX board or a rugged system such as AMOS-820 directly online without questions asked.

VIA_Embedded_StoreI’ve gone through most of the checkout procedure and you can proceed as a guest or by registering, and they’ll just ask billing and shipping information, shipping method, and payment method selection (Only Paypal at this time).  It’s a simple as that, no need to fill some “I’m not a terrorist” forms like on some US websites.

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  1. Alex
    May 5th, 2014 at 11:21 | #1

    Very nice boards! But the prices …

  2. May 5th, 2014 at 11:26 | #2

    @Alex
    Yes, it’s more expensive than hobbyist boards. But they can operate on wider temperature range, and I’d assume there’s long term availability.

  3. bolsa
    May 7th, 2014 at 02:19 | #3

    It would have been interesting the SoCs, and without any NDA :D

  4. May 8th, 2014 at 12:41 | #4

    @bolsa
    At least the VAB-600 Springboard has NDA-free software, can check out the Springboard site. Hopefully the rest of the boards will follow too…

  5. May 12th, 2014 at 03:42 | #5

    They did this as a last ditch attempt to sell some Delta and Gamma chrome cards back in the day… I doubt that they will be more successful this time round.

  6. May 12th, 2014 at 03:44 | #6

    Oh wow, it has come to this. They are even building boards without a single VIA chip on them…

  7. May 21st, 2014 at 19:28 | #7

    They’ve also put their full embedded catalog online – http://issuu.com/viaembedded/docs/via_embedded_product_guide_2014
    ~100 pages, but this site is super slow for me…

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