HABEY USA Demos Its New HD-capable ENT-6564 Nettop Running Windows Embedded Standard 7


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Here’s a new one. We know nettops are great as low-budget, HD-capable HTPCs running Windows XP/7 or Linux-based OSes. Now the HABEY USA guys are showing off that its MITX-6564 mini-ITX based nettop can also run Windows Embedded Standard 7 as the main OS for an even snappier, less resource intensive experience. A quick check on Microsoft’s website shows that WS7P includes support for all the Digital Home essentials: Home Group, Windows Media Center, PlayTo, Windows Media Player, Internet Explorer, etc. As for the ENT-6564 itself, the nettop is fully HD capable (resolution up to 2040×1152 via HDMI), thanks to its NVIDIA ION 2 graphics, and boasts a dual-core 1.66GHz D510 Intel Atom processor, 2GB DDR2 memory, and a 250GB hard drive. Price? It’s unclear being that it’s going to be “available for sale to resellers, system integrators and major online retailers.” What do you think? Would you consider running Windows Embedded Standard 7 over Windows 7 on your next HTPC system? [via]

UPDATE: You can pick one up now at Amazon.com for $329.99

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Dual Core Intel Atom Teams with Next Generation ION: MITX-6564 Low Profile Mini-ITX NVIDIA ION 2 embedded board with Atom D510

HABEY USA, a leading manufacturer of embedded computers and server storage products, today announces MITX-6564, a low profile mini-ITX board incorporating the next generation NVIDIA ION and Intel D510 dual core Atom processor. At less than 1 inch in height, this quiet mini-ITX form factor embedded board packed with premium graphics features and much more: Up to 16 CUDA cores GPU engine with maximum digital resolution support up to 2560×1600, full 1080p HD video decoding, HDMI and VGA dual monitor support, 1.66 GHz Intel D510 processor, dual DDR2 SODIMM slots supporting up to 4GB of RAM, two SATA ports for HDD or SSD drive, two external plus four internal USB2.0 ports, one COM port, S/PDIF port, High Definition audio, one Gigabit Ethernet port, two mini-PCIe slots for WiFi and TV tuner options, 12V DC power input and support for Microsoft Windows XP Embedded, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, Linux and Windows Embedded Standard 7 operating systems.




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  • Mark Terborg (aka eMpTy3000)

    I definitely would be interested in something like this for a bedroom HTPC, if you can call it that :) Wondering what kind of price it will be.

  • Anonymous

    When will embedded get cablecard support?