The Trim-Slice offers storage expansion via full-size and micro SD media slots
The rear of the Trim-Slice miniature PC, showing Gigabit Ethernet port and S/PDIF audio out
CompuLab has announced a new miniature computer powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 2 processing platform that's said to be its smallest, most energy efficient model to date
The fanless mini-PC benefits from a rugged all-metal case, SSD storage and a host of I/O ports
Israel's CompuLab, makers of the fit-PC range of energy efficient mini-PCs, has announced a new miniature computer powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 2 processing platform. The Trim-Slice computer is said to offer the rich multimedia capabilities and user experience of a full-size PC at only a fraction of the power draw. It benefits from a fanless design, Wireless-N connectivity, solid state memory and expansion via both a full size and a micro SD card slots.
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