The PXA271/272 have stacked Flash and/or SDRAM.

Look for a doc that has 'Stacked memory' in the title. Should be floating around the ref docs for the PXA27x.

-Chris

On 9/28/05, Eric Heinemann <e_heinemann@yahoo.com> wrote:
I realize that the PXA26x is being retired.  I thought that starting with the PXA26x series
through the PXA27x series the was the potential for up to 64MB Intel StrataFlash on the processor.
I cannot find the documentation to state if it is on the chip, or just part of a companion
package.

Eric

--- "N.E.Whiteford" <N.E.Whiteford@soton.ac.uk> wrote:

> I think it's the PXA27x that's being considered. The PXA26x is being
> retired according to the Intel website.
>
> nav
>
> On Tue, 27 Sep 2005, Eric Heinemann wrote:
>
> > Any chance there will be a breakout board with the Intel 2700G chip on it?  As far as the
> > increased flash, I thought that as of the PXA26x series there was 16-32MB on the processor, am
> I
> > mistaken?  As far as board size, I would prefer the option that allows
> > networking/LCD/touchscreen/audion (either onboard or via breakout board(s)).
> >
> > Eric
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