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New power supply is 25 percent smaller than credit cards

Posted: 23 Aug 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share ituner networks? mini-itx? micro power supply?, a subsidiary of Ituner Networks Corp., disclosed that it has released the tiniest full power Mini-ITX micro power supply currently available in the market.

Measuring 6.09-by-5.71cm and 1U compliant, the 12V PW-120 was designed to fit VIA Technologies' Mini-ITX EPIA-M and EPIA-MII mainboards. It delivers 200W and is 25 percent smaller than a credit card. According to, the dc-to-dc converter has an efficiency rate of over 95 percent, enabling the device to power the most demanding Mini-ITX system configuration, making it the ideal PSU solution for any media center or embedded server application.

By eliminating traditional 20 ATX power extension wires, the PW-120 snaps directly into any ATX power connector. Designed from the ground up to fit the Mini-ITX form factor, it enhances VIA's small form factor initiative by reducing the size of a fully functional PC.

"The PW-120 suits the needs of everyone from case modders to designers of important commercial products such as point of sale terminals, and car and boat PCs," stated Mini-box CEO Andrei Bulucea. "Together with the VIA Mini-ITX form factor mainboard, designers of any PC device that requires freedom from traditional AC connections yet requires power and silent operation will find new exciting possibilities with the PW-120."

The new power supply is priced at $49.95.

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