Fit-PC 2 smallest nettop

fit-pc2CompuLab introduces fit-PC2 – the smallest, most power-efficient Intel Atom PC to date.

The most striking feature of fit-PC2 is its size – 4″ x 4.5″ x 1.05″ – smaller than a CD.
fit-PC2 architecture is what sets it apart from other nettop PCs – fit-PC2 is designed around the Intel Atom Z530 1.6GHz and the ultra low power Intel US15W system controller hub, rather than the Atom N270 and 945G used in other nettop-PCs, thereby reducing power consumption by more than two thirds.

fit-pc2

US15W incorporates hardware video acceleration. This allows fit-PC2 to run Windows XP or Ubuntu Linux at just 6W and to play full HD 1080p H.264 video using less than 7W.

Features

CPU

* Intel Atom Z530 1.6GHz / Z510 1.1GHz

Chipset

* Intel US15W SCH

Memory

* 1GB DDR2-533 on-board

Storage

* Internal bay for 2.5″ SATA HDD
* miniSD socket

Display and Graphics

* Intel GMA500 graphics acceleration
* Full hardware video acceleration of H.264, MPEG2, VC1, and WMV9
* DVI Digital output up to 1920 x 1080 through HDMI connector

Audio

* High definition 2.0
* Line-out, line-in, mic

Networking

* 1000 BaseT Ethernet
* 802.11g WLAN

USB

* 6 USB 2.0 High Speed ports

IR

* Programmable consumer IR receiver

Software

BIOS

* Phoenix BIOS
* Bootable from HDD, USB thumb drive, USB CDROM, USB hard disk, over network

Operating Systems

* Windows XP Home SP3
* Ubuntu Linux 8.04
* Other operating systems can be installed by user

Mechanical and Environmental

Case

* 100% aluminum
* Die cast body

Dimensions

101 x 115 x 27 mm 4″ x 4.5″ x 1.05″

Weight

* 370 grams / 13 ounces – including hard disk

Operating Temperature

* 0 – 45 deg C with hard disk
* 0 – 70 deg C without a hard disk

Power

* 12V single supply

Power Consumption

* 6W at low CPU load
* <7W at 1080p H.264 playback
* 8W at full CPU load
* <1W at standby


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