CompuLab's fit-PC2i Joins the Tiny Desktop Movement

CompuLab's fit-PC2i Joins the Tiny Desktop Movement

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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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