VIA EPIA P700 Pico-ITX motherboard has integrated PSU

Posted on Saturday, Jun 28 2008 @ 00:10 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
VIA introduced a new Pico ITX motherboard that features an integrated power supply. The VIA EPIA P700 is a Pico-ITX motherboard with a VIA C7 1GHz or fanless 500MHz Eden UVL processor, VIA VX700 graphics and support for up to 1GB of DDR2 memory.
The VIA EPIA P700 Pico-ITX board is powered by either a 1.0GHz VIA C7 or fanless 500MHz VIA Eden ULV processor and supports up to 1GB of DDR2 system memory. The VIA VX700 unified digital media IGP chipset boasts 2D/3D AGP graphics and video decoding acceleration for WMV and MPEG-2/4 video through the VIA UniChrome™ Pro II IGP graphics core. The VIA VT1708B high definition codec offers eight channel audio and DTS multi-channel digital surround sound for an all-round high fidelity experience.

The VIA EPIA P700 negates the need for a traditional power board with an integrated +12V DC 2-pin power jack and lock which also includes a 5V S-SATA power cable.

The VIA EPIA P700 has both an onboard IDE and S-ATA II ports. I/O connectivity through pin-headers and bundled companion cards include a Gigabit Ethernet port, a CRT/DVI header, a LVDS port, a COM port, 3 audio jacks, 4 USB 2.0 ports, a PS/2 port and an LPC/SM Bus/GPIO pin header.


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