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Intel® Bay Trail 'OPEN STB'
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Hi XBMC community

Would you be interested in a completely 'OPEN STB' at around $150? Capable of running Windows, Linux or Android.

Processor: Intel ® Bay Trail E3822 Dual Core Processor
RAM: 1GB up to 4GB DDR3 (Notebook Memory)
HDD: SD card (upgradeable)
Board Size: 125 x 125 mm
Upgrade:
Mini PCIe 30.00mm x 50.95mm
SIM Card holder

Rear Panel
USB: 2x USB 3.0
Video Output: HDMI
Audio Output: Optical Audio
Power: 5VDC 2AMP
Networking: Ethernet (1GB)

Front Panel
USB: 1x USB 2.0
IR Input: IR In

Left Panel
IR Input: IR In (3.5mm Jack)

Right Panel
IR Output: IR Out (3.5mm Jack)

Thanks for your time.
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#2
Add a SATA port and I would be interested.
HTPC: Win 7 Home 64-bit | MB | CPU | GPU | RAM | Case | PSU | Tuner | HDDs: OS, Media | DVD Burner | Remote
Media server: unraid 4.7 | CPU | MB | RAM | Case | PSU | HDDs: Parity-2TB, Data-2x2TB
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#3
I guess I need to start opening advertising threads for all my products. Here I was thinking it'd just be rude. Big Grin
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(2014-01-21, 17:56)wsume99 Wrote: Add a SATA port and I would be interested.

Guess this is for PVR? Can use a PCIe to SATA but was thinking more Server based storage

(2014-01-21, 18:00)Dougie Fresh Wrote: I guess I need to start opening advertising threads for all my products. Here I was thinking it'd just be rude. Big Grin

Hi don't want to offend anybody. Just looking for feedback.
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(2014-01-21, 18:10)hamk Wrote:
(2014-01-21, 17:56)wsume99 Wrote: Add a SATA port and I would be interested.

Guess this is for PVR? Can use a PCIe to SATA but was thinking more Server based storage

A server won't work if you are using WMC to record DRM protected content. You have to record to a local HDD. I could use an external USB drive but I don't like those. Ideally I'd prefer to just use a 2.5" HDD and have everything in a single case.
HTPC: Win 7 Home 64-bit | MB | CPU | GPU | RAM | Case | PSU | Tuner | HDDs: OS, Media | DVD Burner | Remote
Media server: unraid 4.7 | CPU | MB | RAM | Case | PSU | HDDs: Parity-2TB, Data-2x2TB
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#6
what about Celeron J1750 or J1850 ?
(and yes add a sata port, powered)

BHH
HDConvertToX, AutoMKV, AutoMen author
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(2014-01-21, 18:30)buzzqw Wrote: what about Celeron J1750 or J1850 ?
(and yes add a sata port, powered)

BHH

Board designed around E3800 series processors. Can only offer mini PCIe to sata adatper or PCIe SSD
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#8
msata should be enough

BHH
HDConvertToX, AutoMKV, AutoMen author
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(2014-01-21, 19:25)buzzqw Wrote: msata should be enough

BHH

That will fit nicely into the case. No fans needed and no moving parts. Thank you
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#10
Pictures?
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(2014-01-21, 19:57)solamnic Wrote: Pictures?
Hi, Due to forum rules don't think I can?
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(2014-01-21, 20:24)hamk Wrote:
(2014-01-21, 19:57)solamnic Wrote: Pictures?
Hi, Due to forum rules don't think I can?
Hi, Just checked forum rule looks OK. So here is a picture of the board
Image
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#13
what are those IR out IR in ports?

Sim port what is it for?
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#14
(2014-01-21, 22:02)solamnic Wrote: what are those IR out IR in ports?

Sim port what is it for?

Hi

IR out port for 3.5mm IR probe to control other IR devices.
IR in port 3.5mm IR receiver wired on the same circuit as the front panel receiver so you can hide the box away and still receive IR.
Sim port configured to interface with a PCIe 3G/4G card.
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(2014-01-21, 22:02)solamnic Wrote: what are those IR out IR in ports?

Sim port what is it for?

Control other devices via the IR out port
Hide the box and have a magic eye on show to control it. IR in.
Sim slot, take the box out with you and use 3G connection to watch content.

Note the onboard IR receiver bottom left.

Edit beaten to it!
Modded MK1 NUC - CLICK ----- NUC Wiki - CLICK

Bay Trail NUC FTW!

I've donated, have you?

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