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Windows Embedded 8 Released

On March 20, 2013,Microsoft announced the general availability of the Windows Embedded 8 familyof operating systems. In addition to extending Windows 8 technologies withadditional features to help OEM device makers to deliver robust and secureddevice, the Windows Embedded 8 family includes efficient tools and resources thatenable OEMs to rapidly build new generation of intelligent devices with thecapabilities to capture, analyze and act on valuable data across their organization’s IT infrastructures, and capitalizing on the Internet-of-Things business trends.
For more information about the release, visit the Windows Embedded 8 launch site: http://www.getwindowsembedded8.com.

To learn more about Windows Embedded 8 family of operating systems, visit the following URL:
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eBox2300.jpg eBox-33xxA family of eBoxes are revolutionary compact computing devices built with integrated I/O peripherals common to the desktop PC.  The compact and fanless design is ideal for use in application with limited space and requires wider operating temperature ranges, such as low-cost Point-of-Sale, Thin-Clients, Signage, Industrial-controller, networked appliances and etc.  Due to it's compact size and minimal cost, these eBoxes are ideal hardware platform used by application/device developer to develop Proof-of-Concept application that runs on actual hardware.

The eBox-3310A-MSJK Windows Embedded Compact 7 Jump Start kit is developed to help developer ease the learning curve to engage in Windows Embedded Compact development.  This jump start kit is designed to work right out of the box with preconfigured software and step-by-step how-to guide to work through different learning exercises. 

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