TR forum dweller and folding aficionado HowardDrake spotted these pics of VIA's new Nano ITX form factor over at Mini-ITX.com. At just 12cm x 12cm, the Nano ITX form factor is tiny, but it still manages to pack a 1GHz C3 processor, VT8237 south bridge, Serial ATA and IDE connectors, USB, Ethernet, three audio jacks and a handful of video output ports. Considering that a CD jewel case is about 12cm x 14cm, the Nano ITX form factor looks very impressive indeed.
According to this post over at EPIACenter, Nano ITX is 5-6 months from availability. That should give small form factor enthusiasts plenty of time to figure out what to do with VIA's diminutive new platform.
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