New Mini-ITX Board With Dual HDMI

The VIA VB8003 Mini-ITX board uses VIA's new VIA Trinity' platform and combines a 1.6GHz VIA Nano processor, VIA VX800 unified media system processor and an DX10.1 S3 Graphics 435 ULP onboard discrete graphics processor. The S3 Graphics 435 ULP also features the ChromotionHD™ engine, providing true HD quality 1080p playback on the latest HD standards including Blu-ray Disk, H.264, VC-1, WMV-9, MPEG-2/4 and AVS, at resolutions of up to 2560 x 1600 pixels. The VIA VB8003 Mini-ITX board features a comprehensive array of on-board multimedia I/O, including two HDMI ports, a DVI port and a VGA port. By harnessing the power of both the S3 Graphics 435 ULP graphics processor and the integrated IGP of the VIA VX800 MSP, the VIA VB8003 can be configured to power up to four, independently configurable displays at resolutions up to and beyond 1080p.

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