Korean company Ripple has introduced the new Mini Chocolate, one of the first Atom-based PC desktops to make a debut these days with the Mini-ITX form factor and a 1.6GHz Atom processor. In addition, the new mini PC houses four USB ports, two SATA sockets, a single IDE socket, 10/1000 ethernet connection, a place for a slot-loading optical drive and up to 2GB of DDR2 RAM, which will be enough to run all of your basic home-office activities. It comes in 3 different colors, including black, red or silver and a $200 price tag. Unfortunately, there’s no word if or when it will hit Stateside, but i’m sure we are going to see plenty of those in the near future.

[via Aving]

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