This thing has a GeForce 8200 integrated, Socket AM2, 5.1 audio, Wi-Fi and you can fill it up to 8GB DDR2 ram. The whole unit is 17×17 cm big. It’s spectacularly small compared to the Wi-Fi antenna. Or anything else. If you are still interested visit here.
It’s not exactly a revolution in computing, but the fact that the game appears somewhat playable on a setup with such a small form factor is nice. They’ve got a PCI Express x16 slot for the GeForce card they’re using, and the Nano processor seems to be pulling its weight nicely as well. The idea, I think, is that basically you’ve got nearly every benefit of a larger… Read More
Two new Mini-ITX motherboards from Intel have been recently spotted — the Eklo and the Fly Creek. The Mini-ITX segment has been long populated by Via and its C7 line of processors, which have catered to small form factor system builders, but Intel appears to be eyeing the low-cost, tiny desktop market as well. The Fly Creek motherboard can apparently support Intel’s GMA X3500… Read More