CompuLab has announced that the Trim Slice computer the company began showing off earlier this year is now available for purchase for $199 and up. The Trim Slice is a small (I mean, really, really small) desktop computer with a 1 GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core processor.

The computer has 4 USB ports, 2 SD card slots, an RS232 port, and HDMI output. That’s pretty much all you get for $199. An extra $20 will get you an 802.11n WiFi adapter and 4GB microSD card, while you can deck out the computer with a 32GB solid state disk, Linux operating system, DVI port, WiFi and Bluetooth for $319.

Here’s the catch: CompuLab says the mini-desktop computer is currently suitable for developers and describes the software as a “work-in-progress.” The company web site cautions potential customers to “wait until the software matures” before purchasing the Trim Slice for personal use.

The Trim Slice measures just 5.1″ x 3.7″ x 0.6″ and uses between 2W and 6W of power.

via ARMdevices

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One reply on “Trim Slice mini-PC with NVIDIA Tegra 2 available for $199 and up”

  1. Other key spec from manufacturer: “Trim-Slice power supply is 12V DC (8V-16V tolerant)”.

    That’s great news for folks like me who are off-grid. It also means these little guys will find use in schools in developing countries.

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