Axiomtek has just announced PICO300 pico-ITX board, an update of their PICO842 board replacing Bay Trail processors by Braswell ones. The board supports either Intel Pentium N3710 or Celeron N3060 processors with up to 8 GB memory via a SO-DIMM socket, and includes HDMI or VGA, SATA and Gigabit Ethernet interfaces among others.
Axiomtek PICO300 pico-ITX motherboard specifications:
- Intel Celeron N3060 dual core processor @ 1.6 / 2.48 GHz with 12 EU Intel HD Graphics 400 @ up to 600 MHz (6W TDP) OR
- Intel Pentium N3710 quad core processor @ 1.6 / 2.56 GHz with 16 EU Intel HD Graphics 405 @ up to 700 MHz (6W TDP)
- System Memory – 1x 204-pin SO-DIMM DDR3L-1600 up to 8GB
- Storage – 1x SATA-600, 1x mSATA (shared with PCIe mini card)
- Video Output – 1x LVDS, and 1x HDMI or 1x VGA
- Audio – MIC-in/Line-out; Realtek ACL662 audio codec
- Connectivity – Gigabit Ethernet with Wake-on-LAN, PXE Boot support (Intel i211AT)
- USB – 1x USB 2.0 host port, and 4x USB 3.0 ports via expansion connector
- 1x mini PCI Express (shared with mSATA support)
- Expansion connectors with 1x PCIe, 2x UART, 1x DDI, 4x USB 3.0, 1x HD audio
- Misc – Lithium 3V/220mAh, SMBus, hardware monitoring, watchdog timer
- Power Supply – 12V DC power jack; AT Auto Power On function supported
- Dimensions – 10 x 7.2 cm (Pico-ITX form factor)
- Operating Temperature Range – -20°C to +60°C
The company does not mention operating system support, but the board should run Windows and Linux operating systems. AXView 2.0 intelligent embedded monitoring software can also be used to manage and monitor the board with SNMP, MQTT, MODBUS, SNMP Trap, and/or Email.
PICO300 is available now at an undisclosed price. Visit the product page for further information.
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PICO300 is available now at an undisclosed price.
If price is a concern, you obviously can’t afford it.
Commell LP-176 is another Braswell pico-ITX board @ http://hackerboards.com/fanless-pico-itx-sbc-uses-braswell-socs-packs-up-to-8gb-ram/
No price either, and also an “embedded systems / industrial computers” company so you can’t expect it to be low price.
Most of the pico-ITX boards with Intel CPU have a price >= 300 $ (without RAM) and most have a large heatsink.
As a normal consumer you can not buy most boards, is designed for industrial use.
One more Braswell Pico-ITX board, BVM LP-176 -> http://www.bvm.co.uk/ProductDetail.asp?fdProductId=1139