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Point of View Rolls Out ION Powered Mobii Family PC

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  1. btarunr

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    NVIDIA Partner Point of View today announced its new line of compact desktop PCs targeted at home users. The Mobii Family PC is an implementation of the company's recently announced motherboards based on the NVIDIA ION platform, powered by Intel Atom dual-core processors. It aims to provide essential features with good levels of multimedia performance, with power consumption well below 100W.

    The Mobii Family PC comes in a somewhat cubical chassis with just enough room for the mini-ITX ION motherboard, a couple of hard drives including an exposed 3.5" drive bay, and one exposed 5.25" bay. Under the hood is an ION motherboard with either single-core Atom 230 or dual-core Atom 330 (both clocked at 1.6 GHz), 1 or 2 GB of dual-channel DDR2 memory, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics with HDMI output, 320 GB HDD, and either an 8X DVD-RW or a Blu-ray DVD-RW combo drive. The chassis comes in two colour schemes. Its pricing is yet to be known.

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    it looks like the design team is colorblind
     
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    These are just plain silly. You realize that HP ships Slimline towers with quad-core processors, right? Acer/Gateway/eMachines does the same, as a matter of fact. There is absolutely no reason an Atom-based system needs to be this large.
     
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    its too big for an atom, takes away their main feature
     

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