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Tiny Norco Nettop packs Intel Atom and HDMI

Norco’s BIS-6620 

Norco’s BIS-6620

Norco might be better known for their server products and acessories, but they also have a line of miniature computers. The first NorcoBIS-6620 has an Intel Atom Z5xx processor, GMA 500 graphics, and VGA output. Then, second model upped the game with the addition of a DVI output and now the latest Norco  BIS-6620 III (PDF link) has an HDMI port for HD video. 

In the lateste BIS-6620, you still get an Intel Atom Z5xx Paulsboro based chip with integrated GMA 500 graphics that should be able to handle 720p and some 1080p HD video playback.  There’s room for up tohe PC  1GB of RAM and has a 1.8″ hard drive bay. On the back are two legacy PS/2 ports for a mouse and keyboard, 5 USB ports, mic and line jacks, and an antenna for the optional WiFi.There are also CF and SD card slots. 

Measuring just 4.7″ x 4.7″ x 1.6″, the  BIS-6620 III weighs  just 1.1 pound and the nettop is nearly silent with its fanless design. 

No word on pricing yet, but we’re guessing it should come in somewhere between $200-300. 

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