Embedded Computer Board graphical comparison of physical sizes
Though not the first to enter the embedded computer market, Portwell embarked on this business with richer knowledge on market features and more accumulated experience from customer interactions. Upon Portwell Product Marketing strategy on Embedded Computer solutions, here is what we insist in:
The Qseven concept is an off-the-shelf, multi vendor, Single-Board-Computer that integrates all the core components of a common PC and is mounted onto an application specific carrier board...View more Qseven
Embedded Technology Extended (ETX) modules are very compact highly integrated computers. All ETX modules have a standardized form factor and a standardized connector layout that carry a specified set of signals....View more ETX
A Computer-On-Module, or COM, is a module with all components necessary for a bootable host computer, packaged as a super component. A COM requires a Carrier Board to bring out I/O and to power up....View more COM Express
This is a non-standard form factor that adopts PICMG 1.0 signaling with PCI connection. It helps save the space, when the systems ae deployed in a space limited environmet...View more Half-sized PCI SBC
EBX is a de-facto standard of industry set by Motorola/Ampro and some other industrial PC makers. Lots of IPC makers follow this standard to design their proprietary layout as a 5.25" embedded system board.
Following the industrial standard set by PC/104 consortium, PC/104 and PC/104-plus are defined as a mini PC module with ISA extension (PC/104) and with PCI extension (PC/104-plus) functionality individually.
Portwell provides a customer RMA service in order to get your unit repaired very fast and efficiently.