Taiwanese PC motherboard maker VIA is set to release this tiny computer which, like the Raspberry Pi, does not come encased in a housing. The APC is actually meant to be put into standard computer cases, but its board measures just 6.7 by 3.3 inches (17 by 8.38 cm). Like a standard desktop motherboard, it comes packed with a bunch of ports: audio jacks (headphone and microphone), Ethernet, USB (four of them), microSD card slot, video (HDMI and VGA). It runs on an 800 MHz ARM11 processor, with 512MB RAM and 2GB of flash memory. The APC will be released this month, and VIA is taking pre-orders now.