EPIA PX Pico-ITX board in the wild
March 30, 2007
Our favourite Japanese tech website Akihabaranews has snagged some pictures of VIA's EPIA PX 10000GX Pico-ITX board - this time with a heatsink. The heatsink looks to be about 2cm tall together with a fan in the centre. Pre-release and engineering samples of boards have known to pop up in Akihabara before (often many months before release), but are usually fairly close to the final product.
Pico-ITX boards measure just 10 x 7.2cm. Here's a photo we took of one (without a heatsink) when we met VIA a few weeks ago.
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