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Saintsong EPC-1 Mini PC

This mini-PC features USB, S-Video and VGA output, and connects to the EPD-1 docking station which provides parallel and serial ports as well as floppy and CD-ROM drives. The touchpad functions as a built in mouse.

  • Intel Socket 370 CPU (Celeron 466+ MHz, Pentium /// 500+ Mhz)
  • Intel 810 video chipset with 3D video acceleration, hardware motion compensation for software MPEG2 at 30 fps
  • 4 MB shared video memory - resolution up to 1024x768, 16.7 million colors
  • RAM size up to 256 MB - single 64 bit 144 pin SODIMM module
  • Priced around £1000

Manufacturer: Saintsong
Date: 2000



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