Found this when searching for something else on Froogle:
Interesting case of not knowing what they had, they lump it in with other Socket 370 ATX and M-ATX boards. They even called to make sure I knew that this wasn't a normal board.
Neat little board, hard to find breakout connectors though. (all the IDC connectors, except aduio, are 2mm pitch connectors) Advantech doesn't have the wiring kit for this model, but the kit for PCM-9577FG looks to be compatable, just with a little bit of extra hardware (compared the pinouts of several connectors). http://www.advantech.com/products/Model_Detail.asp?model_id=1-LLQT9
Unofficial site for the board:
Note: This board does not have the 'optional Panel Link' LCD connector menitioned in the pages, but it does have an 18-bit TFT controller, and an STN controller.
Pics of mine:
Overly bright (but oddly good looking) pic of when I got it. Note the size relative to the CD at the bottom.
Rear of board, showing 256MB Compact Flash card and 32MB SODIMM on top of an I-Opener (donator of the SODIMM)
It next to my older,bigger SBC system.(grabbed the processor from it)
This should be a pic of it booting Monowall off the CF card (on bottom of motherboard), but for some reason it halted because there was no keyboard present and floppy (odd behavior for an Embedded system) and I haven't built the adapter for keyboard/mouse yet. Odder yet, it knew that I had a VIA C3, most other boards with 100MHz FSB see it as a Celeron. (makes me wonder if it can go higher)
Figured I'd share this with you, considering the deals you've shared with me. :) I need to call Avantech and see how much that wiring kit is. BTW, you can get an adapter to change the CF slot into another IDE channel: http://www.advantech.com/epc/newsletter/v28-07-15_00/4IDEsup.htm (found that while searching on here)