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VIA introduces new Nano-ITX motherboard for embedded systems
Press release, July 27; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Friday 27 July 2007]

VIA Technologies has announced the VIA EPIA NR Nano-ITX motherboard, powered by a fanless 1GHz VIA C7 processor and VIA CX700 system media processor for compact, quiet and durable embedded systems.

Measuring 12cm × 12cm, the VIA EPIA NR is the first Nano-ITX motherboard to natively support LVDS in two single or one dual-channel monitor configuration without the need for a daughterboard; this makes it suitable for a range of compact embedded devices requiring two displays, such as healthcare, industrial control, retail and signage systems, according to VIA.

VIA EPIA NR-series Nano-ITX motherboard specifications

Item

Detail

Processor

VIA C7 1GHz processor

Chipset

VIA CX700 IGP chipset

System Memory

One DDR2 533 SO-DIMM socket up to 1GB

VGA

Integrated VIA UniChrome Pro II 3D/2D AGP graphics with MPEG-2 video decoding accelerator

Form Factor

Nano-ITX (8-layer), 12 cm × 12 cm

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, July 2007

VIA EPIA NR-Series Nano-ITX Motherboard

VIA EPIA NR-Series Nano-ITX Motherboard
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