Based on the Pico-ITX form factor, the EPIA PX Pico-ITX 10000G motherboard measures 10cm x 7.2cm and is designed for use in ultra compact embedded PCs, systems and appliances. The board is the first to embed x86 technology into such a small device and is powered by Via’s 1GHz, low-power C7 processor.
The board supports up to 1GB of double data rate (DDR2) 533 So-Dimm system memory and features the Via VX700 system media processor, which houses the UniChrome Pro II IGP 3D/2D graphics core, Mpeg-2/-4 and WMV9 hardware decoding acceleration, a high-definition audio codec and display functionality.
The low-power C7 chip combined with DDR2 memory, means the 10000G motherboard consumes just 13Watts of power when in use. On the storage front, the board supports numerous hard drive options, with one serial ATA and one UltraDMA 133 connector. There is a multimedia connector and an audio connector that supports line-out, line-in, mic-in, S/PDIF in and 7.1 channel audio output.
Chris Bloxham, product manager at Realtime Distribution, said: “Realtime is working hand in hand with VIA to deliver specialised products and first-class customer service. The new PX10000G will fit in the palm of a hand, offering customers endless opportunities. The use of the PX10000G is only limited by your imagination.”
Alexander Fischer, technical sales at VIA, said: “With the new EPIA PX10000G board we can deliver another ground-breaking industrial-grade mainboard for many different applications and markets.
“Via is very happy to have Realtime Distribution as a distributor for our EPIA mainboards. With its excellent customer service and our innovative products we are able to offer customers a great overall package.”
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