Intel D201GLY Mini ITX motherboard.

By Steve Biddle, in , posted: 1-Jun-2007 15:14

For those geeks who drool over the latest in cool tech toys you've probably read the news recently that Intel announced plans to release their first Mini ITX motherboards. The good news is that they are now available in NZ as of today.
The Intel D201GLY packs a integrated Celeron processor onto a Mini ITX board and is as cheap as chips - I was quoted a price today of just on $150 + GST for the system with 512MB RAM. Via have essentially had the mini ITX market to themselves for a long time and have traditionally had lower powered processors on their boards. Something like this Intel board would be fantatic for anybody who wants to play with embedded systems or even put a cool CarPC in your boot!

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Comment by Scott, on 1-Jun-2007 17:23

Are you sure it has the processor? That link says it will take a Celeron, doesn't say it is built on.

Author's note by sbiddle, on 1-Jun-2007 18:28

Yes CPU is on board. Celeron 215 running at 1.33GHz.

Comment by NeoTech, on 1-Jun-2007 21:52

Might be worth a look. Who is the NZ supplier?

Comment by bradstewart, on 2-Jun-2007 13:21

Probably Ingram Micro or Dove or both

Comment by Phil Heath, on 13-Jun-2007 14:43

PcOnlineShop have them for $148.20 + GST. Go to their motherboards section and search for ITX.

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*VoIP (Voice over IP). I work with various brands of hardware and PBX's on a daily basis
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