Iwill aren't hugely well known in the enthusiast market or the retail market but they make some excellent pieces of hardware, especially in the server field. Iwill are similar to TYAN in the sense that they create an excellent line of motherboards surrounding multiple processor support. The DH800 is a particular well known across the Zeon enthusiast group as being a great overclocker yet it has what it takes to please server admin.
While over at Computex in Taiwan this year we saw Iwill showing off their new line of small form factor PCs that were just about ready to hit the market - it was a bit hard to miss all the hype of the new Iwill small form factor systems with all the Taiwanese folks walking around the halls with the small form factor systems sitting on top of their heads. We have the ZMAX (AP) here today that utilizes Intel's 865G chipset which we haven't used for a while now with the array of motherboards coming in utilizing the new 915 and 925 chipset from Intel.
We will be looking what Iwill have done with their SFF shell and what makes it different from the rest. The SFF market is extremely competitive these days and you can't just turn around and release a case that looks good and does nothing else. Let's continue on and see how Iwill tackles the task.
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