* Intel Centrino mobile technology * Up to 2GB 333MHz DDR SDRAM memory * Integrated Gigabit 10/100/1000 Ethernet * ATI Mobility Radeon 9700 graphics solution (64MB or 128MB) * Integrated smart card reader and Touchchip fingerprint scanner for added security * Tool-less removable hard drive * Modular floppy drive or second battery * 2 PCMCIA card slots, 2 USB 2.0, 1 parallel, 1 serial and 1 PS/2 port * Integrated mini PCI wireless option for 802.11b/g * 6-in-1 media reader option for the optical device bay
* Choice of 14.1" XGA or 15.0" SXGA+ display
Power semiconductor products are used by Pentium class and hot swap file servers and device bay
-- A modular device bay
that allows for peripheral options such as a second Hard Drive or a DVD/CD-RW combo
The 40-pin, device bay
connector used on disk drives--called an SCA-2 connector--carries two duplex links, as well as a number of other disk-related signals.
You say you've heard it all before, how the future has arrived, how "plug-and-play" and "hot swappable" systems are finally a reality with Device Bay
remote or embedded products.
In 1997, Microsoft published a Device Bay
specification, defining a standard architecture for connecting removable devices, external enclosures, and notebook or desktop computers together.
The system's five half-height device bays
allow for over 2GB of hard disk storage to be installed in the unit using four half-height devices.