The Fit-PC from CompuLab is a tiny desktop computer that measures just over an inch high, and about 4″ x 4.5″ thick. In other words, it’s a desktop that’s smaller than most laptops and maybe even some cellphones. The company has been pumping out these low power, fanless systems for a little while and now CompuLab is introducing its first Windows 7 model, the Fit-PC2i.
The new version features a 1.1GHz to 2GHz Intel Atom Z5xx-series processor, up to 2GB of RAM, a 2.5″ HDD bay, WiFI, 4 USB ports, and audio I/O jacks. It will be available with a choice of operating systems including Windows 7, Windows Server, and Ubuntu Linux. It’s designed to consume just 6 to 8 watts of power.
The Fit PC2i is scheduled to ship in January.