You are speaking about the net4801, I'd guess? The net4501 will
*easily* handle a 10 Mbps throughput. Significantly cheaper, too.
On Tue, 2004-04-13 at 06:42, Timothy Jans wrote:
> The pc engines board has cost me 120 Euro.
> The soekris board would have cost me 270 Euro!!!
> My choice was easy, I don't want to pay 150 Euro just for a case...
> Off course these prices are for Europe. In America the pc engines board is a
> bit more expensive and the soekris board a lot cheaper.
> > Hi Frans,
> > On Tue, 2004-04-13 at 02:55, Frans King wrote:
> >> Does anyone know of any decent cases (indoor) for the pc engines boards.
> > This is why I went for the Soekris board over the PCEngines board -
> > Soekriskit may have been a bit more expensive, and the boards (net4501)
> > may be lower performance, but the Soekris cases are rather nice, and
> > very affordable.
> > --
> > Regards,
> > Hilton Travis
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