Photo of the day: EZgo MiniPC
We currently test an interesting miniature PC with EZGo design. We have repeatedly informed about such systems in the news and now we laid our hands on a real sample.
Miniature EZgo is designed for Socket 478 Celeron and Pentium 4 with 400MHz FSB, its motherboard are based on SiS650 + SiS961 chipset and features one 200-pin SODIMM DDR SDRAM socket (up to 1Gb). Besides, the PC features a built-in 56K V90 modem, LAN controller (Realtek 8100L 10/100Mb) and audio codec (ALC201), up to 64Mb graphics and a slim CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, CD-RW or a DVD/CD-RW combo. Despite the size, the PC has lots of interfaces and ports, including USB, FireWire. The external power supply resembles aunit for a game console.
Finally, EzGo MiniPC has dimensions of 157x146x58 mm and weighs 1.1 kg in basic configuration (1.7GHz Celeron, 128Mb PC266 Kingston SODIMMKVR266X64SC25/128, 2.5" 10Gb IBM IC25N010ATDA04) and costs $872 in Russia.
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