AOpen has launched a Pentium M desktop motherboard

Posted on Sunday, November 21 2004 @ 23:52 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
AOPEN'S i855GMEm-LFS motherboard is now available in both the USA and Europe and offers an alternative to taking the AMD64 or Pentium 4 route, writes Freddy Parker. You will have to build this machine yourself, but the specs for the board are quite impressive. Additionally, you're also going to have to pay for the Dothan Pentium M chip and whatever else you want to add to it.

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