It's official, we live in a world that goes crazy over miniaturizations of the common machine. There aren't many other ways to explain how mini PCs seem to sell out within hours of being launched.
The trend started with the Raspberry Pi (though some would say it began quite a bit before that) and now continues with the VIA APC 8750. The device, which we covered as soon as it showed up back in May, was up for pre-order for just a short while before demand overwhelmed the company. The first pre-orders will only ship in early July and there is no telling how long it will take VIA to get the APC (Android mini-PC) on the shelves of local retailers. We're not very optimistic, that's for sure.
For those who want a reminder, the APC is a neo-ITX board with an ARM SoC, the Android 2.3 operating system, 4-pin ATX input and an external 2-pin DC input. Being a single-board PC, it fits most ITX and ATX cases.