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Sunday, February 22, 2004
So... who wants to guess what this is? A humidor? A clock? How about a Wireless Proxy Server and Firewall? That's right. The Humidor CL Server was a project done by a regular on Mini-ITX.
He was actually sponsered by VIA, which is a chipset manufacturer that is leading the way in the Mini-ITX standard. Mini-ITX is an ultra small motherboard form factor that makes use of very sweet fanless processors to make all sorts of things, like firewalls, set top multimedia platforms, and anything else you can imagine. Mini-ITX.com features a whole bunch of different projects people have done to fit Mini-ITX computers in all sorts of odd packages, like Ammo Boxes, 8-Bit Nintendos, and anything else you can think of. Take a look at the cool geeky stuff there.
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