Joining an 850-MHz Pentium III to a PC/104Plus system actually takes two boards, so placing it at the top of a PC/104Plus stack makes the most sense. The Jaguar sports a Socket 370 that handles Celeron and Pentium III processors, starting with a fanless, 350-MHz version. A cooling fan is required for high-performance processors.
The system is ideal for military, medical, gaming, and industrial applications that require a full PC in a compact package. The Jaguar has a 32-pin socket for M-Systems' DiskOnChip flash memory plus AGP-based video, dual 10/100-Mbit/s Ethernet interfaces, and support for up to 256 Mbytes of RAM. The board is compatible with a range of operating systems, including Windows, QNX, Linux, and RT-Linux. Pricing starts at $1039.