Just giving a quick heads up that VIA are now running their Autumn Sweepstake competition whereby a lucky participant may just score him/herself a HP 2133 Mini-Note PC.
The requirement is that you purchase a VIA ARTIGO A1000 Pico-ITX Builder Kit prior to the 10th of October in order to enter. Then you simply input your details on the ARTIGO competition website and your name will be added into a lucky draw with a chance to score the classy little HP 2133 Mini-Note PC.
As another chance to walk away with something in hand, if you refer friends to the competition by entering their e-mail address on the competition referal page and that friend happens to win the HP Mini, then you'll pick up a free VIA EPIA CN13000G Mini-ITX board as well.
For further details on the competition, check out the supporting announcement for it here.
The popular HP 2133 Mini-Note PC is a stylish small notebook targeted at today's connected ultra mobile lifestyle. Powered by the energy efficient 1.2GHz VIA C7-M ULV processor, and equipped with 2GB of system memory and a 120GB SATA hard drive, the HP Mini provides all the performance, features and connectivity benefits of a notebook PC in an ultra-compact form factor with a vibrant 8.9" screen, enabling people to watch video, browse the web, share photos, and effortlessly carry their media and personal files around in one tiny device.
The VIA ARTiGO A1000 is a DIY builder kit that offers enthusiasts a more sophisticated DIY experience. The smallest full-featured PC on the market, the ARTiGO measures a mere 15 x 11 x 4cm (5.9 x 4.3 x 1.8") - about half the size of a PC optical drive.
Available from leading online and IT stores, the VIA ARTiGO kit contains the world's smallest complete x86 PC mainboard, the VIA EPIA PX10000 Pico-ITX, as well as a sleek black chassis, power adapter and all the essential accessories including port cabling. The system is fully customizable; add your choice of system memory, hard drive and operating system.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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