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Using Windows Embedded Standard to Create a Battery Powered Device

New low power x86 Silicon is now available, so Windows Embedded Standard (WES) properly configured can be productively employed for battery powered mobile devices. We show WES running on multiple version of Silicon, in multiple hardware configurations including consumer, commercial and industrial computers. A series of tests is run to determine processing power per watt, and some indicators of energy consumption per functional operations as well.

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