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 ProductProduct Detail     July 24, 2019  
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eBox-4300

Product information for eBox-4300 & eBox-4310 series.


Small Footprint Embedded Computing Device

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Main Features:

§ 500 MHz Via Eden ULV Processor

§ Via CX700M chipset

§ Fan-less design

§ VESA mounting support

§ 512MB DDR2 RAM

§ Realtek 10/100Mbps Ethernet

§ Audio with AC97 CODEC

§ Type I/II Compact Flash

§ 3 x USB 2.0 and 2 Serial ports

§ Mini-PCI expansion slot


The eBox-4300 is a compact and computing device designed for applications where physical space is limited.  It can be mounted on any VESA standard fixture allowing it to be secured to desks and other surfaces.

The eBox-4300 was selected as the hardware platform for the Windows Embedded Student Challenge competition and is adopted by a number of academic institutions, as the reference hardware, to teach embedded system related courses.

The support resources on this link are provided to support academic institutions and hobbyist developers still using this device.  These resources are provided as a convenience and will not be maintained.

The eBox-3310A is the hardware platform, released in 2010, is replacing the eBox-4300 as the hardware platform to support academic curriculum from Microsoft.  There are ongoing efforts to develop learning resources for Windows Embedded CE 6.0 and Windows Embedded Compact 7 for the eBox-3310A.  For more information, visit the following URL:

        http://www.embeddedpc.net/eBox3310AMSJK/

 

Board Support Package (BSP):

 

Operating System

Board support package (BSP)

Released

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Windows Embedded CE 6.0

(Supports R2 and R3)

ICOP_eBox4300_60ES_BSP.zip

March, 2010

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Windows CE 5.0

ICOP_eBox4300_50D_BSP.zip

 

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Software Development Kit (SDK):

 

Operating System

Software Development Kit (Kit)

 

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Windows Embedded CE 6.0

ICOP_eBox4300_SDK_WINCE600.msi

 

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