CompuLab Trim Slice PC

It seems that as technology advances, most gadgets seem to get smaller and smaller. Even desktop computers seem to be getting into the fray. Some companies are trying to cram a CPU into as small a casing as possible nowadays. Such is the case that miniature computers like the new Trim Slice from CompuLab of Israel may no longer surprise a lot of people. But considering its size and the features it offers, the Trim Slice may look quite interesting indeed.

The CompuLab Trim Slice is a new miniature computer that packs a NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual Core ARM Cortex A9 processor with an integrated ultra low power GPU. It also comes with a 1GB DDR2 RAM and a SATA SSD up to 64GB. It also features WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. It also comes with 4 USB 2.0 sockets, SD and microSD slots and an RS232 Serial port. But what makes it interesting is that all these are encased in a fanless all metal nickel plated housing that is only 0.6 of an inch thick. It also uses an average of 3 watts of power when running. The CompuLab Trim Slice Computer is expected to be available by April of this year. Its price not yet been announced though.

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