Intel plans to push the market for mini PCs by promoting sales of motherboards based on the Mini-ITX form factor developed by VIA starting in the second quarter of this year. Mini-ITX will be one of the form factors for the platforms based on entry-level processors, and Intel will also recommend that PC makers use Mini-ITX motherboards for the production of SFF PCs. However, Intel recommends the use of SiS662 integrated chipsets for the production of Mini-ITX motherboards instead of VIA.

Intel plans to push the market for mini PCs by promoting sales of motherboards based on the Mini-ITX form factor developed by VIA starting in the second quarter of this year. Mini-ITX will be one of the form factors for the platforms based on entry-level processors, and Intel will also recommend that PC makers use Mini-ITX motherboards for the production of SFF PCs. However, Intel recommends the use of SiS662 integrated chipsets for the production of Mini-ITX motherboards instead of VIA.