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Old 06-27-2015, 11:24 AM   #1
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LXer: Round-up: 12 Braswell-based Mini-ITX boards


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In recent weeks Aewin, ASRock, BCM, BioStar, ECS, and MSI have collectively announced a dozen Braswell based Mini-ITX boards that are all able to run Linux. In late March, Intel announced four Pentium and Celeron branded processors under the Braswell code name, and earlier this month they reached market. The Braswell chips, which have already […]

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