World's smallest PC?

The Fit-PC Slim could very well be the tiniest machine capable of running Windows XP yet.

Fit-PC Slim
CompuLab

As reporters, we tend to be wary whenever a company claims to be the first, the best, or the smallest of anything. But when we saw an image of CompuLab's Fit-PC Slim, we thought it could very well be the tiniest machine capable of running Windows XP yet.

The original Fit-PC 1.0 was already a minute machine, measuring about 4.7 inches x 4.5 inches x 1.6 inches and weighing about 1.1 pounds. The new model, however, makes the first version look bloated. Weighing less than a pound, the Fit-PC Slim takes up only about 4.3 inches x 3.9 inches x 1.2 inches of space. Despite a reduced size, the new system only had to surrender the extra Ethernet port found in the original, but in return offers an extra USB slot and wireless connectivity.

Specifications:

•500MHz AMD Geode LC800 processor
•512MB RAM
•2.5-inch 60GB HDD
•Ethernet and 802.11b/g connectivity
•Three USB 2.0 ports
•Mini-serial port
•VGA output
•Headphone and microphone jacks
•Linux or Windows XP Home SP3 operating system

The Fit-PC Slim is not available for order for now. So if you have your hearts set on this tiny PC, keep refreshing the international order page here.

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