Commell presents two single-board computers a quad-core Intel Tiger Lake processor and an Iris Xe GPU
The Commell LP-179 relies on a Pico-ITX form factor, measuring just 10 x 7.2 cm. By contrast, the LV-6712 leverages the larger Mini-ITX standard, coming in at 17 x 17 cm. However, both models have an Intel Core i7-1185G7E processor, the embedded version of the Core i7-1185G7. Intel has underclocked the Core i7-1185G7E to 4.4 GHz from 4.8 GHz though, and has set its TDP at 15 W. Nonetheless, the quad-core chipset has an Iris Xe Graphics G7 GPU with 96 Execution Units (EUs).
Commell has found space for plenty of I/O too, as the pictures above and below show. The smaller of the two SBCs has two USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-A ports, a DisplayPort, an HDMI and two Ethernet connections. Additionally, there is a SATA 3 connection and an M.2 slot for connecting SSDs.
Unsurprisingly, the larger model has more I/O, and a second SO-DIMM slot. Both support DDR4-3200 RAM, but the LV-6712 with 64 GB compared to 32 GB on the LP-179. The LP-179 also requires a 12 V power supply, while the LV-6712 needs an ATX power supply with a 20-pin or 24-pin connector.
Commell has not disclosed how much either SBC costs. One can inquire with the company about purchasing an LP-179 or an LV-6712, although Tom's Hardware expects them to arrive on third-party retailers like Alibaba soon enough.