Why should cell phones and tablets have all the fun? Tiny PC maker CompuLab is bringing NVIDIA’s super low power Tegra 2 chipset to the nettop world. Fit-PC is known for their unconventionally thin form factors, but this might be their thinnest yet.
The Trim-Slice becomes even more interesting following NVIDIA’s announcement that it’s going to start producing true ARM-based CPUs for use in netbooks, notebooks and desktops, as well as Microsoft’s big CES news that Windows 8 would be running on ARM-based CPUs.
- Processor: NVIDIA Tegra 2 @ 1GHz (Dualcore ARM Cortex A9 CPUs)
- Memory: 1GB DDR2-800
- Storage: SDHC and MicroSDHC card slots, SATA SSD option
- Networking: Gigabit Ethernet
- Wireless networking: 802.11n, Bluetooth
- Graphics: NVIDIA ultra-low power GeForce GPU
- Ports: 4x USB 2.0, line-in, line-out, 5.1 digital S/PDIF, 2x HDMI, Co-axial video-in, Ethernet, card readers
- Dimensions: 5.1 x 3.7 x 0.6 inches (WxDxH)
- Power supply: 8-16V DC (external)
- verage power draw: 3W
While exciting, CompuLab has yet to release any word on pricing or availability.