VIA Announces Ultra Thin VESA Mounted PC

"Ever wonder where you're going to hide that hideous box? Wonder no more! With a fanless, ultra thin housing featuring an industry first THRU-CHASSIS VESA mounting design, the vmpc vm7700 opens a whole new realm of possibilities. "

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VIA Technologies, Inc, a leading developer of x86 silicon and platform solutions, today announced the new VIA vm7700 VESA mounted PC (vmpc) that turns a standard display panel into a fully functional PC for signage, kiosk and other intelligent display applications. Providing a radically superior space management, cost effective and flexible alternative to traditional panel PCs.


From small desktop LCD monitors to larger flat panel displays, the VIA vmpc vm7700 leverages the industry-standard Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) 10cm x 10cm mounting specification for simple attachment behind the customer's screen of choice, and offers considerable cost savings when upgrading or replacing screens. Through-chassis mounting allows the VIA vm7700 to be secured behind a flat screen display in seconds, or firmly mounted on walls or under desks, while dual-view support extends display utility. 


 
Available with either the 1.0GHz VIA C7 or 1.5GHz VIA Eden ULV processors, the VIA vmpc  supports up to 1GB of power efficient DDR2 system memory, a 2.5” HDD or DOM interface, four USB ports and a COM port as standard. Networking is taken care of with a VIA Gigabit Ethernet port and optional Wireless IEEE 802.11b/g module. The completely fanless vm7700 mounted PC also has DVI-D, D-Sub and S-Video TV-out interfaces with native dual-view configurations. System management options include Wake-on-Lan, ACPI support, Power Failure Recovery and Watch Dog Timer features.

The VIA vm7700



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06-10-2007, 07:22:37

Yeungster
The long awaited CoD4 demo is out 11th October 2007.

Have a look at the link below. I'm loving it already, looks so much fun.
Modern warfare, gorgeous graphics etc. There's a video download of the demo on there too, until it's released on the 11th

Clicky -> CoD4 Demo out Oct 11 9am PST

Looks like play are offering pre-orders for the full game out on the 9th Nov

06-10-2007, 08:33:15

Hodgstar
i really cant wait for this game to come out.
i still play COD2 online all the time (Metalheadz clan)
http://www.metal-headz.co.uk/modules.php?name=Forums
this game is going to rock

06-10-2007, 08:35:55

Mr. Smith
WOAH! I can't wait for this, that looks amazing :)

06-10-2007, 11:19:48

Yeungster
Wahahaha. I was so impressed, and loved CoD 1 & 2, I've already pre-ordered the ltd edition pack

09-10-2007, 15:32:16

jiffz
That does look pretty darn good actually! I need an 8800 :yumyum:
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