Found this on a website I visit quite a lot:
The new EPC-200 from BVM is a complete PC in a tiny, palm-sized 115 x 115 x 35mm housing, designed for applications where raw processing power is not required. Typical embedded uses would be in POS kiosks, protocol converters, machine controllers, display managers and similar uses. The unit does not need forced cooling and, despite its compact dimensions, it is a fully featured PC, able to run the Linux o/s from a bootable Compact Flash card or USB memory stick for desktop applications if required. It conforms to the VESA mounting requirements so that it can be mounted directly on the back of a screen or it can be secured to any convenient points on an enclosure.
The 200MHz x86 CPU has 128Mbyte of RAM, more than enough for many embedded applications. An internal 2.5" HDD is optionally available; the boot options in the BIOS support booting from USB, Compact Flash, or HDD. A single Ethernet LAN interface and a 1024 x 768 VGA driver are on the motherboard; 1 x RJ-45 LAN port, 2 x RS-232 COM ports, 2 x USB 2.0 ports, mouse and keyboard, audio in and headphone ports are provided as standard. A wireless LAN interface can also be specified if the HDD is not required. The EPC-200 consumes about 15 Watts and is powered from an external mains adapter