Epson's P-7000 and P-6000 incorporate Proasic3
Seiko Epson will use Actel's Proasic3 FPGAs in Epson's P-7000 and P-6000 multimedia storage viewers.
The 125,000-system gate A3P125 Proasic3 device is being deployed for high-speed access interface circuit to a Compactflash card.
When using a high-speed Compactflash memory card, Epson's multimedia storage viewers feature as much as 160GB (P-7000) hard drive capacity and data transfer speeds as fast as 1GB per 100 seconds.
The Photo Fine Premia LCD supports 94 per cent of the Adobe RGB colour space with wide viewing angle.
The reprogrammable flash-based Proasic3 family, with densities ranging from 10K to 3M system gates, offers up to 350MHz performance and supports up to 620 I/Os.
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