The Smallest of Them All: The P4/2400 Micro PC

The Technology Up Close: Three Different Boards

A fair deal goes into the Micro PC - it's made up of three different boards altogether, spatially arranged. The following pictures show how the Micro PC's innards were put together.

This is what you see with the case open: a mini CPU cooler and a 2.5" hard drive.

The Pentium 4 sees the light of day after the cooler is removed.

Built on three boards: the motherboard with SiS650/961 chipset and P4 socket, PC card board and I/O board.

Proprietary shape and size, and the densest integration: the motherboard with the SiS650 chipset including SiS961 Southbridge. In addition, there are chips for a network, FireWire and USB 2.0.

Built-in board with Pentium 4/2400 and cabling.