Baby AT Form Factor
By about 1997 electronics had shrunk in both size and heat output so the original AT form factor was no longer needed. Anytime a manufacturer can use fewer raw materials, they do so, to reduce costs. The newer smaller form factor was called the Baby AT form factor. The footprint of the Baby AT is usually about 8.5" x 13". This is a bit smaller than the original 12" x 13" AT form factor.
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