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Friday, 07 September 2012 08:42

VIA announces quad-core Pico-ITX board

Written by Fudzilla staff



Feature packed little thing


VIA has silently rolled out the world’s first quad-core Pico-ITX board. Based on a 1GHz E-series VIA processor, the EPIA-P910 is a feature packed little beast.

The VX11H chipset delivers integrated DirectX 11 graphics and HDMI 1.4a is also on board. However, the new EPIA is not exactly meant for the HTCP enthusiast and VIA claim that it is an ideal platform for healthcare, logistics, fleet management and other vertical market segments.

The board supports up to 8GB of DDR3 memory, VGA and LVDS display connectivity, USB 3.0 connectivity and legacy PS/2 support.

You can check out the product page here.


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