CompuLab's fit-PC2i Joins the Tiny Desktop Movement

CompuLab's fit-PC2i Joins the Tiny Desktop Movement

Anthony Nguyen
Dec 4, 2009

It looks Dell's Zino HD and Apple's Mac Mini are going to have make some room for an even smaller form-factor PC made for the minimalist class of tech aficionados out there. Not only does CompuLab's fit-PC2i come with a very sexy aluminum die-cast body to become the envy of all of your other gizmos, it's the most efficient little box Energy Star has ever seen.

The fit-PC2i utilizes an Intel Atom based system (the same processor seen in all those netbooks) and is capable of running up to a 2 Ghz CPU, 2GB RAM, and any 2.5-inch sized hard drive. It's also flat-screen TV friendly with Full-HD, 1080p video playback and IR receiver. As marketed, the little box is supposedly "perfect" for the Windows 7 platform. Heck, it even matches up with its power consumption numbers - 7 watts to be exact.

Prices start at $455. Video of the box in shimmering glory, below:

[Via Engadget]

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