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From: David Siebert
Subject: Re: Open Source Consumer Products
Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 14:36:40 -0500
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Søren Møller wrote:
> "David Siebert" wrote in message
>>What I would really like is a PC motherboard that brings out an I2C buss
>>to a header. I have seen hacks that you can do with DIMMS but why not a
>>small header on the motherboard. I have a neat little LCD/IR system that
>>I want to put into a PC. Could make a cute little product.
> Don't newer (intel?) motherboards have a SMBus header? That is a I2C
> compatible bus.
> Example of it's use here:
> Søren A.Møller
It looks like you can get them. Now the trick will be to find what
Motherboards have them and which do not.
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