[sf-lug] [Fwd: [TAML-WNT] Kit harkens to good old days of build-your-own PC]
jim at well.com
Thu Feb 28 09:43:45 PST 2008
great find, bobbie!
here's more on the pico itx (ARTigo) kit:
what seems not noted is power requirements, which are
low, which makes the pico itx good for battery powered
(e.g. remote) applications. the last link goes to via itself,
you can navigate to get the full specs.
On Feb 28, 2008, at 9:11 AM, bobbie sellers wrote:
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: [TAML-WNT] Kit harkens to good old days of build-your-own PC
> Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2008 06:44:39 -0500
> From: Michael Rozeboom snipped
> Reply-To: taml at lists.worldnewstrust.com
> To: taml at lists.worldnewstrust.com
> VIA Technologies has stepped into a void that hasn't been filled since
> the 1950s and 1960s, when Heathkit (it's still around) sold enthusiasts
> a bunch of components in a cardboard box with instructions on how to
> build a transistor radio. But instead of portable radios, VIA has
> released a kit for a tiny but complete computer, called the ARTiGO.
> -------- End of Original Message --------
> Turns out you may need a few components. Hard drive, keyboard and
> external optical drive, Aong others.
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