Sunday, March 27, 2011

(TECH) Israel's Smallest PC

CompuLab, an Israel-based manufacturer that specializes in small computer has announced the release of a small PC - the Trim Slice.

The Trim Slice runs on a dual-core Tegra 2 processor. The price will start at $250. The little computer comes with 1GB of memory. There are 4 USB 2.0 ports and a serial port.

The whole thing uses an average of just 3 watts of power and has a fanless all-metal design. The computer could be used as a media player, gaming system, or even a desktop PC with the right software.

They also have a slightly bigger version that can slot in a 2.5" Sata hard drive. 1GB RAM, it also has an internal Micro-SD slot to store the OS. So if you want to upgrade or change the OS, just change the MicroSD card and reboot. It also ships with 32GB Flash storage.

They are launching this with Ubuntu 10.10 and they will add support for Honeycomb by launch. Available in June.

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