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Wednesday, 27 May 2009 14:02

Asus shows off AT3GC-I Atom board

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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ION also comes in October

 

Asus has been keeping busy it seems, as they're set to introduce quite a couple of new products at this year's Computex. Among other products, Asus showed off its new mini-ITX AT3GC-I motherboard, consisting of Intel’s “old man” 945GC + ICH7 chipset and Atom 330 mini-ITX motherboard.

The board comes with only one DDR2 533MHz slot (2GB max), one PCI slot, two SATA ports and one IDE. It features four USB 2.0 ports, two PS/2 ports, Gigabit Ethernet, serial and parallel port and mini D-sub.

The boards should be available from the middle of October, probably at quite a low pricepoint for anyone who’d want them. As for the users who crave more juice, Q3 should see the launch of C2N7A-I motherboard based on Nvidia’s MCP7A-LP.

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Picture courtesy of pc.watch.impress.co.jp

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