Engadget saw a demonstration of a system with VIA's 1.6GHz Nano DC and Chrome 520 integrated graphics. The platform is capable of playing 720p HD video, but VIA says it won't be available until late 2010.
The device utilized a VN1000 Digital Media Chipset and fully supported dual-channel DDR3 memory. A Chrome 520 GPU was helping to push out a 720p movie trailer on the demo system, and the innate compatibility with HDMI and DisplayPort should keep home cinema owners happy. The 65nm chip was clocked at 1.6GHz, and we were told that it wouldn't be venturing into mobile machines in its current form.