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Wednesday, 27 June 2007 13:33

Via EPIA LT-Series Mini-ITX motherboard released next month

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Based on the CX700 system media processor

 

 Via has released its latest PIA LT-Series Mini-ITX motherboard which is based on its CX700 system media processor.

The board is powered by a 1.5GHz or fanless 1.0GHz VIA C7 processor and can run on less than 20 watts.

According to a press release it features greater device performance, clearer definition video and storage technologies, and a full feature I/O set including two LAN ports and native support for two LVDS panels, four COM ports, a PCI slot and up to six USB 2.0 ports.
Project-based customers also have the option of a VIA CX700M2 version with added TV-out functionality.

Assistant Vice President, VIA Platform Solutions Division, Daniel Wu said the motherboard was designed primarily for key embedded applications such as high end Point of Sales and digital signage systems.

However the VIA UniChrome Pro II integrated graphics readily enables the LT-Series boards to be utilized for a wide range of networked multimedia applications."

It will be in the shops next month.

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