World’s smallest PC just got better: fit-PC2

Hey, do you remember the world’s smallest PC (read personal computer), fit-PC? That was back in 2007; today it just got better and has a new name. Check out fit-PC2! Video included.

More about the world’s smallest PC: fit-PC2

CompuLab (Israeli company?) has given their old super small PC a few major upgrades and the new one looks better this time around. Check out what CompuLab has done to their new fit-PC2:

  • Runs on 1.6GHz x86 CPU (Intel Atom Z530 1.6GHz / Z510 1.1GHz)
  • Not much but sufficient 1GB RAM
  • Has one SATA hard disk
  • Has DVI (Digital Visual Interface) with accelerated graphic
  • Supports HD audio
  • LAN and WLAN
  • 6 USB ports
  • Supports common operating systems

If you are looking for a super small PC with an ultra-low power consumption, fit-PC2 is the PC that you should be looking at. CompuLab claims that fit-PC2 only consumes 6W of power to run Windows XP or Ubuntu!

World’s smallest PC just got better: fit-PC2
Subscribe via RSS or Email:

Related Posts


green pc said...

Fit pc are eco-friendly because it requires only small amount of energy to function. It also comes in handy size.

Post a Comment

  • Commenters are encouraged to leave comments via OpenID but if you have problems in leaving one via OpenID, please refer to this excellent guide.
  • Comments that add tremendous value to the blog post will not only get approved but also will be personally tweeted (learn how!) by the blogger behind this blog, giving commenters the opportunity to get even more traffic and gain even more exposure to their sites or blogs.
  • Comments that have links in the bodies of comments will never be approved.
  • Preferably comments should be made in English but comments in other languages are also acceptable.