Rugged Vehicle-Mount Computer Runs Linux
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"Aaeon has introduced a fanless, Linux-compatible computer that
runs Intel Celeron CPUs. The Boxer AEC-6905 is designed for vehicle
mounting, has PCI and PC/104-Plus expansion, CompactFlash storage,
and operates on DC power from 9-30 volts, Aaeon says.
"Described as 'mustard-colored' by Aaeon, the device has an
aluminum chassis, with mounting holes that allow it to be fixed
securely to a wall or floor. Its case doubles as a heat sink,
allowing the AEC-6905 to operate without a fan..."