VIA, the old player in the PC world who produces a lot of budget processor and mainboard has launched a new DIY PC kit called ARTiGO A1150. This PC kit is pretty small, could be attached to the rear mounting of a supportive LCD display like a mini PC. Inside the shell, you can find on 1.0GHz dual core Via Eden X2 processor, VIA VX900H media system processor, 4GB DDR3 RAM, and one 2.5-inch SATA HDD or SSD.
Other features also include the capability to play HD video via HDMI or VGA output port, and you can even hook up with the local WiFi network as it has got an optional wireless IEEE 802.11 b/g/n module. It also has an SD card slot for reading media cards, Gigabit ethernet port, five USB ports, three audio jack, and the system is running Windows 7 or Linux OS of your choice.
You can check out more of its details over at VIA official website.