Habey USA have this week announced a new addition to their range of computer modules with the launch of their Habey SOM-6670 E6XX Tunnel Creek QSeven and this tiny new module is capable of decoding two HD videos at the same time. The new computer module measures just 70 x 70mm and is equipped with the latest Intel Atom E6XX processors, ranging in speed of .6GHz to 1.6 GHz with low power consumption from 3.3 to 7 Watts and integrated GMA600 graphics is based on a 400 MHz PowerVR SGX mobile GPU………….
Habey USA has announce the new post-it sized SOM-6670 E6XX Tunnel Creek QSeven computer module, which manages to fit a fair amount in a rather small package. Just 70 x 70mm in size, the module carries the newest Intel Atom E6XX processors (the same found in the HABEY’s BIS-6622), ranging in speed of .6GHz to 1.6 GHz with low power consumption of 3.3 – 7 Watts, respectively. The integrated GMA600 graphics is based on a 400 MHz PowerVR SGX mobile GPU (same IP of the iPad2 GPU) with hardware high definition video encoding and decoding capability. Paired with its mini-ITX carrier board, the SOM-6670 with up to 2GB DDR2 on board memory supports six USB 2.0 ports, two gigabit Ethernet, two serial ports, one CAN Bus, two Serial ATA ports, one SD card reader, one mini-PCIe slot and a PCIe x1 slots; scalable for highly-compact, rich I/O embedded applications. The board supports for Windows Embedded Standard 2009/7/POS Ready 2009/CE 6.0 R3, Windows XP SP3/7, Fedora Core 11 Linux, MeeGo 1.0, QNX Neutrino, Wind River VxWorks.
Netbooks may be disregarded for their lack of horsepower, but what if this not-quite extraordinary computer posted dual display HD video at the size of a post-it? Taking advantage of the new Tunnel Creek Atom’s integrated 3D graphics, memory control, and display controllers, The SOM-6670 displays on dual independent screens both HD encoding of MPEG2 and H.264 in addition with hardware-accelerated HD decoding of OpenGL ES2.0, OpenGL 2.1, OpenVG, MPEG-2, H.264, VC-1, WMV. The new Tunnel Creek Atom performs all video encoding/decoding via hardware acceleration with support up to a 1920×1080 external display over VGA as well as 1280×768 through LVDS.
- Tiny form factor for space-constrained applications
- 1.0 GHz Intel Atom E6xx Tunel Creek Processor
- 3.3 TDP ultra low power consumption
- up to 1080p hardware accelerated decoding
- up to 720p MPEG2 and H.264 encoding
- built-in 1GB DDR2 memory
- 3xPCIex1, 1xLPC, 1xSDIO, 2xSATA support
- 6xUSB, and 2 Gb Ethernet support
- Windows Embedded Standard 2009/7/POS Ready 2009/CE 6.0 R3, Windows XP SP3/7, Fedora Core 11 Linux, MeeGo 1.0, QNX Neutrino, Wind River VxWorks support