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Old 9th September 2009, 11:18   #1
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It all started with the idea of an ultra low cost PC for
education use in third world countries. Then Asus took the basis of that
idea, and evolved into the Eee PC -- a small, low cost laptops for mainstream
consumers. The netbook craze begins to take off. After that, Intel decided
that they needed to make a processor for this very purpose in order to take
advantage of this rapidly growing segment. The Intel Atom was born. Then the
netbook market exploded. Welcome to 2009, a year where many low cost
computing solutions came into this world, thanks to the Intel Atom CPU. From
the original netbooks, nettops were born; a term to describe low cost desktop
computers as juxtaposed to its laptop counterparts. The Atom processor even
found home in network attached storage devices such as the QNAP TS-439 which
we'll be reviewing next week! Interestingly, since the desktop world is all
about making use of standard form factors, Mini-ITX suddenly took center
stage, after development by VIA since 2001. Unsurprisingly, mITX cases also
suddenly experienced a surge of demand in the market as many manufacturers
jumped onto the boat, and started showcasing their own entry into this high
potential segment. We took our opportunity, so what we got here today at APH
Networks is, well, a mITX case (Why else do you think we took so much time to
talk about it anyway? Haha). The Lian-Li PC-Q07 is a beautiful, high quality,
full aluminum case from renowned chassis manufacturer... well, Lian-Li --
which you probably have guessed from the name as aforementioned anyway. And
this time, it's mITX. How does it stack up in this new world of computing
solutions? Read on to find out.
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