The Smallest 3D PC in the World
VIA Technologies (Taiwan) has announced the "EPIA-P910 Pico-ITX board", a new and very small PC mainboard designed for all sorts of uses that can handle streaming HD 3D video. The key features of this little motherboard is that it supports stereoscopic 3D playback and DirectX 11 3D graphics.
A motherboard smaller than 4"x 3"
Building a 3D PC
Take the EPIA-P910, add a box and power supply and your little PC is ready to be connected to any 3DTV... Of course, the main target of this super-shrinked PC will be the Media servers manufacturers. So we can expect powerful super-small 3D appliances in the near future.
What is inside the EPIA-P910?
The "EPIA-P910 is the first board from VIA to use the company’s VX11H MSP along with its QuadCore E-series processor. The processor embedded on the board runs at 1 GHz and the board measures 10 cm x 7.2 cm. Despite its small size the board supports up to 8 GB of RAM. It has support for HD audio and has a board-to-board expansion connector allowing for additional USB ports and other connectivity.
Rear panel connectivity includes an HDMI 1.4a output, VGA output, dual USB 3.0 ports, and a gigabit LAN port.
Pricing and availability are unannounced, but you may visit ViaEmbedded for more info.