On Wednesday 05 December 2007, Ken Restivo wrote:
Those boards usually have rather serious special hardware particularly
for that purpose, specifically because the CPUs aren't fast enough.
The 1.5+ GHz versions still have that, though they *might* actually
get away without it in theory; don't know... I have one of those
here, but I haven't tried to do any serious DSP or anything on it.
(It's the "integrated dashboard computer" for my sports/race car -
not a multimedia machine. :-)
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