Just when you thought the folks at Compulab couldn’t  pack any more into their itsy bitsy desktop computers, they go and surprise you. The company’s latest is called the Fit-PC3 and it drops the Intel Atom chips used by its predecessors in favor of one of those newfangled AMD G-Series embedded chips.

the computer comes with a dual core processor with integrated AMD Radeon HD 6310 or 6250 graphics, up to 4GB of DDR3 memory, HDMI and DisplayPort video output and 7.1 channel audio with S/PDIF and analog output. There’s room for a 2.5 inch hard drive, integrated 802.11n WiFi, 6 USB 2.0 ports and 2 eSATA ports.

The Fit-PC3 is a bit chunkier than Compulab’s older models, but it’s still pretty svelte at 6.3″ x 6.3″ x 0.98″.

via Engadget and The Gadget Spot

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4 replies on “Compulab’s Fit-PC3 gets a spec bump”

  1. Is it just me or do I count eight usb ports (four on front and four out back)? 

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