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Transmeta has got itself a new OEM partner in the shape of Taiwan's ICP Electronics, one of the country's biggest industrial computer manufacturers.

ICP is to sell the new board, Wafer, embedded with a 400MHz Crusoe TM3200. The board, runs 128MB of memory, is comparable in size to a 3.5-inch hard drive, the company said. It also features the VT82C68A from VIA as part of the chipset.

ICP expects the boards will be widely used in mini-point-of-sale systems, Pocket PCs, mobile panel PCs and so on. ®

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