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On Fri, 31 Jan 2014 14:12:20 -0800 (PST) Len Ovens
We do sell such small systems as part of our daily business. Our
expirience is that the extra converter-boards are often of very bad
quality and don't last long. If they work at all in combination that
the specific board. And if they provide enough power if its not only
the board but also an pci-card and an hdd...
Better use a board that has a 19V(!) input onboard. These fit a
traditional laptop psu and provide enough power for everything you want
to do. And you can buy a psu from a vendor with expirience in
psu-manufacturing for laptops, not from a vendor with expirience in
shipping a container of cheapest parts via the cheapest route...
Oh and then there is the whole Atom-graphics problem... better use a
celeron. More power, real intel graphics (with open-source drivers) and
a power-consumption only slightly more then an atom.
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