VersaLogic’s fanless “Python” board features a reliable design, no moving parts, low power draw (<5W), and a robust complement of on-board I/O options. It also includes the company’s SPX expansion interface that allows users to easily add a wide-range of I/O options to the platform. The Python uses AMD's energy-saving LX 800 processor. The LX 800 uses standard x86 architecture to support familiar user interfaces and O/S environments. The processor consumes very little power (<1W CPU core power consumption). Standard on-board features for the Python include one 200-pin SODIMM socket accepting up to 1 GB of 333 MHz PC2700 compatible DDR RAM , Four COM ports, Four USB 2.0 ports, dual Ethernet ports, IDE, LPT, Digital I/O, Analog input, audio I/O, and keyboard/mouse support. The board also includes integrated SVGA and LVDS flat-panel support with MMX and 3DNow! for video-intensive applications. System expansion is supported by the PC/104- Plus interface (for IS A and PCI add-on modules), and VersaLogic's SPX interface for simplified I/O expansion.