Mini-ITX timeline postulations...
July 10, 2003
Good news everybody, VIA look to be increasingly concentrating on the weeny EPIA platform and ditching that silly full-sized P4 motherboard business of theirs. VIA have a few interesting EPIA variants on the horizon (though perhaps one previously rumoured one won't make it in the reshuffle). The dual-LAN EPIA CL looks like it will be the first of the new motherboards to reach the market, followed by the PCMCIA/CF enabled EPIA MII a while after that. Further on, we'd expect to see their natty new VT8237 South Bridge utilised in some capacity. After all, who wouldn't want a new chipset with a 200MHz FSB, support for DDR333/400, improved 3D, and support for both MPEG2 and MPEG4? We certainly would. We'll keep our eyes peeled at Computex...
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