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Intel to push mini-ITX PC developed

Posted on Wednesday, January 24 2007 @ 00:31:06 CET by

Industry sources claim Intel plans to push the market for mini PCs by promoting motherboards based on the mini-ITX form factor developed by VIA:
According to Intel's roadmap, the Mini-ITX will be one of the form factors for the platforms based on entry-level processors, and Intel will also recommend that PC makers use Mini-ITX motherboards for the production of small- form-factor (SFF) PCs, the sources indicated.

Intel also recommends the use of SIS662 integrated chipsets from Silicon Integrated Systems (SiS) for the production of Mini-ITX motherboards, the sources revealed

Although currently mini PCs are available from a number of companies, including AOpen, Shuttle and Acer, production of those SFF PCs are rather limited due to a lack of industry standards, the sources noted.



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