Netbooks may be disregarded for their lack of horsepower, but what if this not-quite extraordinary computer posted dual display HD video at the size of a post-it? Taking advantage of the new Tunnel Creek Atom’s integrated 3D graphics, memory control, and display controllers, The SOM-6670 displays on dual independent screens both HD encoding of MPEG2 and H.264 in addition with hardware-accelerated HD decoding of OpenGL ES2.0, OpenGL 2.1, OpenVG, MPEG-2, H.264, VC-1, WMV. The new Tunnel Creek Atom performs all video encoding/decoding via hardware acceleration with support up to a 1920x1080 external display over VGA as well as 1280x768 through LVDS.
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Habey -- which actually was first to use the E6xx, in the BIS-6622 mini-PC -- is emphasizing the graphics capabilities of its own Qseven module.
Refer to this new press release about this Qseven Module: