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VIA launches Nano X2 E-Series low power chips

Chip maker VIA has unveiled a new version of its Nano X2 processor called the VIA Nano X2 E-Series. It’s a dual core 64-bit chip designed for embedded systems. In other words, you probably won’t find the E-Series in a netbook or tablet anytime soon, but it could be used in televisions, set-top-boxes, point-of-sales systems […]

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VIA introduces Eden X2 low power dual core chips

VIA has introduced a dual core version of its low power Eden chip. The new VIA Eden X2 is a 40nm chip with two 64-bit cores, which the company says means they’re optimized for multitasking and multimedia performance. The company also claims that the VIA Eden X2 line of chips are “the world’s most power-efficient […]

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VIA ARTiGo A1100 nettop reviewed

While the nettop space is currently dominated by small, low power desktop computers with Intel Atom processors, Atom isn’t the only game in town. There are a handful of small form factor desktops with AMD chips, and earlier this year VIA introduced the ARTigo A1100 PC with a  low power VIA Nano processor. SlashGear has […]

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The VIA netbooks of Computex 2010 – Video

If you live in the US, you might think that chip-maker VIA lost the netbook wars. In 2008 HP launched a 9 inch netbook with a VIA C7-M processor, and in 2009 Lenovo released a 12 inch mini-laptop with a VIA Nano processor. And that’s about it. Intel has pretty much dominated the ultraportable space […]

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VIA introduces dual core Nano processor

VIA’s Nano processors haven’t exactly revolutionized the mobile computing space, but the low power Nano chipset has been available to PC makers looking for an alternative to Intel’s Atom platform for the past year or so. This week at Computex, VIA is showing off the next-generation Nano chip, with a dual core processor. The VIA […]

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VIA’s $100 tablets are real, and they’re… meh

You know VIA promised that we’d start to see tablets sell for $100 to $200 soon? Well those tablets might not be available at your local Best Buy just yet, but they are real products and VIA is showing off a number of them at its booth at Computex. Engadget grabbed some face time with […]