'Luke' is your daddy
We're a bit late to point out the latest micro-system from VIA, the Luke Corefusion Processing Platform
. The new design crams an EdenT-N CPU and CN400 north bridge together in the same package, shrinking the board's size below even the CD-ROM sized Nano-ITX. Though tiny in size, the board has an enormous Napoleon complex, with connectivity to the latest VIA south bridges, giving it the potential for USB 2.0, gigabit Ethernet, SATA, 6 channel audio, and even PCI Express capability, on top of the CN400's DVI, TV, and VGA output.
Luke's target markets for the system are notebooks, intelligent displays, and car entertainment, making it an excellent choice for programming moisture evaporators, as well as those long trips to Toschi Station to pick up some power converters. It is safe to assume that VIA will continue with the tradition of eliminating fans, and on a related
note, trailers for Revenge of the Sith
should appear on the Internet shortly.