There are tons of uses for embedded computers in business and the home. People can use embedded computers to control digital signs and some geeks figure out ways to cram them into cars for a mobile PC, the uses are nearly unlimited. Habey is big in the embedded PC market and the companies latest embedded machine is small, but has tons of connectivity and expansion capabilities.
The machine is called the WIT-1800 and it uses either an Intel Atom N450 or D410 processor along with the ICH8M chipset. The machine also has four mini-PCIe slots onboard, which is impressive for a small machine. Those four expansion slots can be filled with a two 3G cards for wireless broadband, WiFi cards, and other things like SSD storage.
The computer has a VGA output supporting up to 2048 x 1536 resolution, a serial port, a SATA port, dual USB 2.0 ports, and a Gigabit Ethernet port. The back of the machine also has a pair of SMA sockets for 3G antennas, and a CF slot. The enclosure uses passive cooling with the ICEFIN thermal design. Pricing and availability for the WIT-800 are unknown.