Tiny Wee Via Mobile ITX Motherboard to Power x86 Smartphones

Yes, that's a technical term: Via's new Mobile ITX motherboard just presented at Computex is absolutely tiny wee, as you can see here compared to a RAZR. But don't think it's underpowered, because this 3 x 1.8 inches PC comes loaded and ready to power all kinds of x86-compatible smartphones.

Tiny Wee Via Mobile ITX Motherboard to Power x86 Smartphones

Tiny Wee Via Mobile ITX Motherboard to Power x86 Smartphones

Tiny Wee Via Mobile ITX Motherboard to Power x86 Smartphones

Tiny Wee Via Mobile ITX Motherboard to Power x86 Smartphones

Tiny Wee Via Mobile ITX Motherboard to Power x86 Smartphones

It has a 1GHz C7-S CPU with a reduced CX700 north and south-bridge chipset. It will come with 256MB or 512MB of soldered RAM, but the most important impressive thing is that Via has managed to shoehorn a CDMA processor in the package along with an on-board DC-DC converter. The Mobile ITX motherboard powers the Nanobook, which you can see in the gallery and our previous coverage.

Via debuts tiniest motherboard yet [Windows for devices]
CNET Gallery [CNET]
Via mobo is smaller than a business card [The Inquirer]