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Mini-ITX SBC packs 4th gen Core, lots of I/O

Aug 1, 2014  |  Eric Brown
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Axiomtek’s latest Mini-ITX board supports Intel’s 4th Generation “Haswell” Core processors, and offers dual GbE, 10 USB, and six serial ports, plus HD A/V.

The MANO881 is billed as a “cost-effective” Mini-ITX single board computer, adopting the Intel H81 chipset, which is more limited than the Intel QM87 and other Haswell-ready chipsets. Axiomtek also lists a “new” Mini-ITX board called the MANO882 that similarly integrates an H3-LGA1150 socket that supports Intel 4th Generation Core processors of the latest Haswell generation, but offers a more advanced Intel C226 chipset and feature set. The MANO882 board’s datasheet is not currently available, however, so we’ll save that for a later day.



MANO881
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The MANO881 is designed for applications including in-vehicle PCs, medical imaging and gaming devices, in-flight entertainment systems, industrial automation systems, and other portable devices, says Axiomtek. Only Windows support is listed for the MANO881, but Axiomtek supports most of its small form-factor SBCs with Linux and we’re confident it will run well on this board without a hitch.

You can load up to 16GB of DDR3 RAM on the 6.7 x 6.7-inch motherboard. Storage is handled via a pair each of SATA-300 and SATA-600 interfaces, as well as an mSATA interface. Dual gigabit Ethernet ports are provided, and expansion is available via a PCIe x16 slot.



MANO881 port detail
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The MANO881 is further equipped with HDMI and VGA ports, as well as dual-channel, 24-bit LVDS, and supports dual simultaneous displays. You get two USB 3.0 ports and eight USB 2.0 interfaces, two of which are coastline ports. Three coastline RS-232-232/422/485 ports are joined by three more onboard RS-232 interfaces. Audio jacks, programmable DIO, and a PS/2 interface are also supplied.

Specifications listed for the HM10x-QM87 include:

  • Processor — Intel 4th Gen. Core i7/i5/i3/Celeron processors; Intel HD 5000 Graphics 4600; Intel H81 chipset; H3-LGA1150 socket
  • Memory — up to 16GB DDR3L 1333/1600MHz RAM, via 2x 204-pin SODIMMs
  • Storage:
    • 2x SATA-300 interfaces
    • 2x SATA-600 interfaces
    • mSATA interface
  • Display:
    • HDMI port
    • VGA port
    • LVDS (24-bit, dual-channel) interface
    • Dual independent display capability
  • Networking — 2x gigabit Ethernet ports (Intel I210 and Intel I217LM, both with PXE)
  • Other I/O:
    • 2x USB 3.0 ports
    • 8x USB 2.0 ports (6x onboard interfaces)
    • 3x RS-232/422/485 ports
    • 3x RS-232 interfaces
    • Audio line-out, mic-in jacks
    • PS/2 header
    • DIO (4x in, 4x out)
  • Expansion– PCIe x16 slot
  • Other features — Watchdog timer; temp., CPU, Smart Fan monitoring; Lithium 3V/220 mAh RTC backup battery
  • Operating temperature — 0 to 60°C
  • Power — consumption not specified
  • Dimensions — 170 x 170mm (Mini-ITX)

 
Further information

The MANO881 will be available in Aug. 2014 at an undisclosed price. More information may be found at Axiomtek’s MANO881 product page.
 

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