Monday, August 10, 2009

Motherboard VIA EPIA N700-10EW Nano-ITX is not afraid of extreme temperatures

Company VIA Technologies introduced the motherboard VIA EPIA N700-10EW size Nano-ITX, for industrial and embedded systems that must operate in a wide range of temperatures. The manufacturer guarantees the stability of the new items at a temperature of -20 to 70°C. Notably, the product uses a passive cooling system. The fee appropriate for the on-board and industrial electronics, as well as systems designed to operate in desert and mountainous areas.


Stable work VIA EPIA N700-10EW achieved choosing high-quality components. Forms the basis of payment processor with low power consumption VIA Eden ULV (1 GHz) and a set of system logic VIA VX800 with integrated GPU, supporting DirectX9. The manufacturer used the EPIA N700-10EW only solid capacitors. Fees are strictly tested for compatibility and reliability, and are equipped with special memory modules to withstand extreme temperatures.


With dimensions of only 12 x 12 cm, the board supports up to 2 GB Memory type DDR2. Ports SATA (two), USB 2.0, COM and Gigabit LAN withdrawn the panel input / output. In addition, the port IDE, additional ports COM, USB and PS/2 available on pin connectors on the motherboard. The capacity expansion slots provide the Mini-PCI and Compact Flash Type I.

Source: http://www.via.com/