VIA's VMPC: Bolt a Computer to Your Monitor

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Ah, I love this! Via is releasing a set of low-power PCs that can be clipped to the back of LCD monitors using the industry-standard VESA mounts—they're calling them "VMPC". None of these units are going to be gaming-capable machines—they're using power-sipping VIA processors after all—but they'll be more than enough for watching video and browsing the web.

The end result is far more clunky than a fully-integrated solution would be, certain to bristle with cables, but I adore things that bolt onto other things to create a sort of Serial Experiment LAIN spaghetti-be-damned monstrosity.

Introducing the VIA VESA Mounted PC [Technovoyance.com (?) via CrunchGear]

Product Page [via.com.tw]

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