VIA Introduces New miniPC Artigo A1250, with quad core processor
In April this year, VIA had the newest member of its line of miniPC Artigo, the Artigo A1200 . After six months, a new model joins the family, under the name of Artigo A1250.
Basically, this model is a revision of the previous, with some small changes to your specifications. The dual core processor at 1.2 GHz is put aside to make way for a via E-Series quad-core running at 1 GHz, while maintaining the Pico-ITX motherboard. It has two USB 3.0 ports and two USB 2.0, HDMI and VGA output independent (to connect two displays simultaneously), audio input and output, Ethernet port (the Wi-Fi accessory is optional) and RAM slot supports up to 8 GB DDR3. In addition, you can connect a hard drive or 2.5-inch SATA SSD memory.
Its multimedia capabilities is the ability to play video at 1080p (Full HD), plus support resolutions up to 2560 x 1600 pixels. The small PC can also run multiple operating systems, including Windows XP, Windows Embedded 7, or some Linux distributions. Finally, their size has also been reduced somewhat over the previous A1200: its dimensions 17.7cm x 12.5cm reach x 3.0cm.
While its specifications are pretty clear, what you do not know anything at the moment is price or release date. For reference, the Artigo A1200 costs $ 319 USD .
Link: VIA ARTiGO A1250 Slim System Powered by Quad Core Processor E-Series (CNX-Software)Tags: Artigo, Artigo A1250, miniPC, Pico-ITX, via