SOYO shrinks the DRAGON

— 2:59 AM on November 19, 2002

Small form factor barebones PCs are getting more popular, and now SOYO is throwing its hat into the ring. The Mini DRAGON 651 is targeted squarely at gamers, features support for discrete graphics cards via an AGP riser card, and is absolutely tiny:

Condensed to 2.5” (H) x 7.5” (W) x 9.5” (D), the SOYO Mini DRAGON 651 is the smallest gaming barebone machine currently available. With the discerning mobile gamers in mind, the first of the SOYO Mini DRAGONs offers a full feature set and expandability to enhance the total gaming experience.
The Mini DRAGON 651 is based on SiS 651 chipset, which supports Hyper-Threading, DDR333, and all sorts of other integrated goodies. With such a small footprint, it will be interesting to see what kind of compatibility the Mini DRAGON will have with larger video cards like the GeForce4 Ti 4600, and potentially the upcoming GeForce FX's funky cooling configuration.
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