Fusing the platform together is the VIA VX700 single-chip core-logic. The VIA VX700 delivers UniChrome Pro II AGP graphics with integrated LVDS and DVI interfaces. The UniChrome Pro II AGP graphics core features MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and WMV9 hardware acceleration. VIA pairs the UniChrome Pro II AGP graphics core with an optional VT1625M television encoder for composite and S-Video output capabilities.
Also included is Via Vinyl audio, IDE and SATA interfaces as well as USB headers. The performance capabilities versus its power draw will be most interesting, especially in light of Intel's recent interest in ultra-low-power processing. You can read the full press release at Via's site.