Compulab EM-X270

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The EM-X270 is an embedded computer board, produced by [Compulab], an Israel-based company specialising on all-in-one computer systems, also known as Single Board Computers (SBC). It has a range of components which can be specified for full phone capabilities, as detailed below:

Contents

Main components

Touchscreen

3.5" VGA (640x480)

Processor

Intel Xscale PXA270, 312/520MHz

System memory

128MB SDRAM, 100MHz, 32bit

Onboard storage

512MB NAND flash, non-volatile

Operating System

uBoot

Angstrom Linux

[more info]

Connectivity

GSM/GPRS

Quad-band Telit GE864 module

WiFi

802.11b with a Philips chipset
Not yet supported by Linux (planned for December)

Bluetooth

GPS

Navman Jupiter32, with NMEA output

Battery

Li-Ion, USB charger

Peripheral connectivity

SD socket, with SDIO capability

USB 1.1

Host and slave capabilities

Serial port

RS232, 16550 compatible

Availability

CompuLabs has a strict sales policy: only to companies, only in large quantities, only if one evaluation board is bought

To make this device available for the open source developer community, there is an idea for a group purchase organized by the [Handheld Linux Shop] which would come to approx. 649 EUR (incl. VAT) / 750 US$ (excl. Tax) if 100 units are reached (20% less if 500 units). Contact: mailto:sales@handheld-linux.com

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The EM-X270 is an embedded computer board, produced by [Compulab], an Israel-based company specialising on all-in-one computer systems, also known as Single Board Computers (SBC). It has a range of components which can be specified for full phone capabilities, as detailed below:

Main components

Touchscreen

3.5" VGA (640x480)

Processor

Intel Xscale PXA270, 312/520MHz

System memory

128MB SDRAM, 100MHz, 32bit

Onboard storage

512MB NAND flash, non-volatile

Operating System

uBoot

Angstrom Linux

[more info]

Connectivity

GSM/GPRS

Quad-band Telit GE864 module

WiFi

802.11b with a Philips chipset
Not yet supported by Linux (planned for December)

Bluetooth

GPS

Navman Jupiter32, with NMEA output

Battery

Li-Ion, USB charger

Peripheral connectivity

SD socket, with SDIO capability

USB 1.1

Host and slave capabilities

Serial port

RS232, 16550 compatible

Availability

CompuLabs has a strict sales policy: only to companies, only in large quantities, only if one evaluation board is bought

To make this device available for the open source developer community, there is an idea for a group purchase organized by the [Handheld Linux Shop] which would come to approx. 649 EUR (incl. VAT) / 750 US$ (excl. Tax) if 100 units are reached (20% less if 500 units). Contact: mailto:sales@handheld-linux.com