Where a fat PC doesn’t fit

fit-PC is a tiny, noiseless, extremely power-efficient PC – designed by CompuLab – one of the leading vendors in embedded computing. fit-PC draws only 3-5 Watts when running Windows or Linux – consuming as little power as a standard PC does in stand-by mode. fit-PC is built of eco-friendly materials – from the lead-free computer board to the all-aluminium case. That together with its low power consumption puts fit-PC in a class of its own in green computing.

As you clearly have noticed it’s extremely tiny, measuring in at incredible 116x120x40mm. Total weight is 500g and that includes 256MB RAM, 60GB Hard disk, motherboard with integrated Geode LX display controller up to 1920×1440 and a AMD Geode LX800 500MHz CPU + a few basic ports (2xUSB 2.0, 2xEthernet, VGA and audio).

With a price tag around 250 Euro this could easily become a best-seller in the home and small business market. For more information please visit fit-pc.com.

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