ARTiGO

  • Review: VIA ARTiGO A2000 Barebone Storage Server

    Review: VIA ARTiGO A2000 Barebone Storage Server

    Quick Version: Much more functional than a NAS hard drive but not as expensive or large as most home server boxes, the VIA ARTiGO A2000 threads the needle between performance and price. And it looks good, to boot. Read More

  • Video: Setting up VIA's barebones Artigo A2000

    I'm in the middle of reviewing VIA's latest barebones system, the Artigo A2000. Essentially a tiny PC in a tiny box like other barebones setups, the Artigo sports the latest Nano-ITX mainboard and uses a sort of netbook-level processor, the VIA 1.5GHz C7-D. It's a simple little device to set up, although getting the RAM in was a bit of a chore. Everything else works like a charm; I'll have video… Read More

  • 10 Days of CrunchGear: Hey, teacher, leave our mini-PCs alone

    10 Days of CrunchGear: Hey, teacher, leave our mini-PCs alone

    Are you a small PC fetishist? I sure am. That’s why we’re proud to give away two red hot ARTiGO Pico-ITX PCs with hard drives. What can you do with them? Well, they’re very small… Have fun building your own portable PC. The VIA ARTiGO Pico-ITX Builder Kit is designed to help DIY enthusiasts utilize all the features of the ultra compact, versatile VIA Pico-ITX mainboard. The… Read More

  • Tiny VIA ARTiGO contains mobo, case, and processor

    Tiny VIA ARTiGO contains mobo, case, and processor

    Well look at this little peanut. It’s the ARTiGO kit from VIA. It’ll set you back $300 and includes a VIA C7 1GHz processor, 4 USB 2.0 ports, integrated audio and video with VGA output, support for up to 1GB of DDR2 memory and 2.5-inch hard drive, and weighs 1.14 pounds. You’ll have to bring your own operating system (not compatible with Vista), RAM, hard drive, keyboard, mouse… Read More