- Integrated VIA C-Pro AGP graphics with MPEG-2 decoding acceleration
- Supports Digital I/O, four pairs of GPIO
- Four COM ports support, COM3/4 with 5V/12V VCC select
- Supports dual LAN (10/100 Mbps)
- Supports LVDS/DVI (an add-on card is required)
EPIA PE Mini-ITX Board
Introducing the ultra-compact and highly integrated VIA EPIA PE-Series Mini-ITX Mainboards. The VIA EPIA PE is more functionality with the onboard digital I/O and SMBus. It features four COM Ports and digital I/O support that is designed for use in POS systems. Its VT6106S and VT6103 Ethernet controllers make it a perfect fit for use as a hardware firewall system.
The mainboard is based on the VIA CLE266 chipset that features an Embedded hardware MPEG-2 accelerator and an integrated S3 Graphics 2D/3D graphics controller. Its connectivity options include support for up to six USB 2.0 connections, four COM ports and two 10/100 Fast Ethernet ports. The VIA EPIA PE also offers support for a range of embedded LCD panels. Its additional expansion capabilities include one PCI slot. With the sizable memory bandwidth of DDR266 SDRAM and the high data transfer speeds of ATA-133, the VIA EPIA PE delivers the performance to run commercial digital video and audio applications.
The VIA EPIA PE conforms to the Mini-ITX form-factor measuring a mere 17 cm x 17 cm. Its low profile makes it even more space saving. The VIA EPIA PE is available with the VIA C3® processor. Its x86-based platform makes it compatible with a wide range of software including Microsoft® Windows® and Linux operating systems.
EPIA PE Documentation
|Datasheet||v090217||2009 Mar 04|
|Operating Guide||v1.01||2007 Jan 15|
|User Manual||v1.21||2008 Sep 25|
EPIA-PE BIOS / BIOS Flash Utility
|BIOS||v1.00||2007 Apr 24|
|BIOS Flash Utility for DOS||v1.02||2010 Mar 15|
EPIA-PE Driver Downloads
|Windows® XP 32bit|
|Audio||v4.50b||2007 Jan 04|
|Ethernet||v3.4||2007 Jan 04|
|Fast InfraRed||v1.20d||2007 Jan 04|
|Hyperion Pro 4 in 1||v4.48||2007 Jan 04|
|USB 2.0||v2.56||2007 Jan 04|
|VGA||v22.214.171.124||2007 Jan 04|