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PC/104 is a family of embedded computer standards which define
both a physical form factor and computer bus. The PC/104 concept
was originally devised by Ampro in 1987, and later standardized by
the PC/104 Consortium in 1992. The name PC/104 comes from the ISA
(or PC/AT) bus and the 104 pins on the connector.
The distinguishing features of the PC/104 family that makes it more
suited to embedded systems than motherboards with expansion