January 6, 2010

CES 2010: Compulab Intros The Smallest Miniature PC

Compulab has just released the smallest miniature pc 'fit-PC2i' at CES 2010, which is targeting networking and industrial applications.

Based on Intel Atom Z5xx CPU, the fit-PC2i is the smallest pc available on the market. It incorporates dual Gbit Ethernet ports, addressing the growing demand for low power servers, firewalls and industrial PCs.

Measuring just 4x4.5x1.05-inch and weighting mere 13oz, the fit-PC2i provides the complete pc functionality – up to 2GHz CPU, up to 2GB RAM, internal SATA HDD, resolution of up to 1920x1200, digital audio, dual LAN and WLAN. It also supports Windows 7, Windows Server and Ubuntu Linux OS.

The fit-PC2i will be available in January, 2010.

via Aving

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