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Qseven, a computer-on-module (COM) form factor, is a small, highly integrated computer module that can be used in a design application much like an integrated circuit component. It's smaller than other computer-on-module standards such as COM Express, ETX or XTX and is limited to very low power consuming CPUs. The maximum power consumption should be no more than 12 watt.

Since the release of Specification 1.20 (September 10, 2010) Qseven modules can be indifferently based on x86 or ARM architectures.