looks great!! ,
Check this out...
No standard board connectors... Perfect for the ultimate custom install!!!VIA President Wen-Chi Chen demonstrated at a breakfast meeting a couple of weeks ago a new Nano-ITX board - the 12x12cm EPIA NL. We were on hand to take these exclusive photographs. The CN400 chipset EPIA NL will be a variant of the EPIA N board but with a lower profile, aimed at system manufacturers - very much like the EPIA MS Mini-ITX form factor board. Connectors on the NL included LVDS/DVI, SATAx2, IDEx2, TV, Audio, USB and a few we couldn't identify from our photos. Specifications may change, and of course the NL we saw had no heatsink attached. We don't expect to see this board again till CeBIT.
looks great!! ,
my destinator map resource down permanently
very very nice, that board would be perfect
Bah when are they going to release these things to the common people
[Routis '04] [Opus 90W] [160GB Maxtor HD]
[Lilliput 7" TS] [VIA M10000] [XMPCR]
[512MB RAM] [Custom housing]
[Deluo GPS Mouse] [E-MU 0404 Soundcard]
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yeah I know! I thought it was gonna be Xmas 2004... just in time for christmas...Originally Posted by judoGTI
Damn! i thought it had dual processors when i saw it and with the TV ad-on etc i was just about scream i want one and join the list of impatient people waiting for it to come out - but sadly no dual processor its the bios chip - I had an image of dual 1ghz or 1.2 ghz - which would be heaven!
LOL yeah that would be mint! I'd have to cut open my keyboard and install it in their as my main PC, 1984 Amstrad CPC style!Originally Posted by Scouse Monkey
that would be cool - but a step back, no - a giant leap back, in the progess of the wire-free office - just imagine all those cables on your desk from the keyboard!Originally Posted by stevieg
I would stick it in a hacked CD drive mounted to the back of an LCD monitor or summit so i can press the eject button and have it slide out sideways so I can admire it every now and then!
EDIT: along with some old sci-fi music and flashing lights as it slides out