VIA EPIA PX 10000 Pico-ITX Review
June 02, 2007
The EPIA PX 10000 is the first motherboard from VIA Technologies to be released in their incredibly small 10cm x 7.2cm 'Pico-ITX' form factor, and is currently the 'world's smallest full-featured x86 mainboard designed for ultra compact embedded PCs, systems and appliances'.
We tracked down a PX fresh off the production line and put it through its paces. Damn this thing is small.
World's First Pico-ITX Review
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