There are links to system building with CF disks at the VIA web site. Look for their nano-itx boards, then look for links from those pages. Addonics makes a bootable CF-IDE drive. These look perfect for use in network appliances where you don't want to burn electricity keeping a disk spinning after the system is running. Firewall, DNS server, router, DHCP server, whatever. These would be great for storing boot code for thin clients too.
Last edited by stress_junkie; 02-06-2006 at 10:08 AM.