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By: TweakTown Staff | Motherboards News | Posted: Aug 28, 2002 1:34 pm

First out of the gates is The Tech Report with their report on Albatron's KX400+ Pro motherboard.

ALBATRON? Sounds like the name of a character from Beast Wars that transforms into an Albatross, not a new entrant on the motherboard scene. But the fact the Albatron name is new doesn't mean the company behind the name doesn't have any lineage. Previously known as Monivision, Albatron has a history of producing multimedia displays, and they've only this year decided to get into PC products like mobos and graphics cards. Albatron isn't entering the PC market blind, though. Jack Ko, formerly a founder of Gigabyte, is now their CEO. He brings with him a wealth of experience and a solid reputation.
More information at The Tech Report




Next off is with the Gigabyte GA-8IHXP motherboard.

Fancy a board with ten USB 2.0 ports? Here's Gigabyte's power packed motherboard based on the Intel 850E chipset. The GA-8IHXP is a full-featured board for the power user that managed to capture the hearts of everyone in Hardware Zone's labs. Find out why we gave this baby our full rating.
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t-break bring up the end with the Iwill P4GA (i845G) motherboard.

Iwill's been absent from the mainstream market for a while now. Recently, they did release a couple of motherboards- the MPX chipset/dual AMD board and the 850E/RDRAM1066 motherboard, but neither of these boards can really be considered mainstream products. However, it seems like Iwill is once again ready to focus on this market segment with the announcement of their VIA KT400 and Intel 845 chipset boards. Today, we have one such board by them- the P4GS based on the Intel 845G chipset.
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