The VSX-6115 runs Windows CE

Icop Technology has announced a "low-power embedded controller" that is effectively a complete headless PC crammed onto a board measuring just 4 x 2.6 inches. The VSX-6115 runs Windows CE 5.0 or 6.0 on a 32-bit x86-compatible system-on-chip (SoC) clocked at 300MHz, according to the company. The VSX-6115 is based on the Vortex86SX SoC introduced […]

Icop Technology has announced a "low-power embedded controller" that is effectively a complete headless PC crammed onto a board measuring just 4 x 2.6 inches. The VSX-6115 runs Windows CE 5.0 or 6.0 on a 32-bit x86-compatible system-on-chip (SoC) clocked at 300MHz, according to the company.

The VSX-6115 is based on the Vortex86SX SoC introduced in October by Icop's parent company, DM&P Electronics. While DM&P has previously employed the Vortex86SX SoC in its VSX-6190 and VSX-6190S boards, and its eBox-2300SX mini-PC, the tiny new VSX-6115 board really shows off the SoC's high level of integration to best dramatic advantage.

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