EPIA-N8000 spotted in Japan
October 08, 2004
More Nano-ITX pictures for you, courtesy of Akiba in Japan. These are of a running EPIA-N 8000 demonstration board, with a rather natty blue heatsink in place. The 533Mhz model will also be fanless - we're not so sure about the 1Ghz board now, but live in hope... Note the small 10 pin power connector (top right), Serial ATA connector (red cable), IDE connector (yellow cable), LVDS (white connector in the middle), and Mini PCI connector (white connector on the reverse). Rear connectors are: 10/100 Ethernet, 2 x USB 2.0, VGA, S-Video, 3 x Audio outputs. The (up to 1GB) DDR400 SODIMM was to have been accessed by unscrewing and sliding the bottom part of the heatsink to the side, though in this picture it looks like one unit. You may have to ask your children to fit your memory for you.
The machine translation has a rather optimistic release schedule for the EPIA N. We're inclined to think "early next year" based on what we know.
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