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CompuLab Trim Slice – An Upcoming Tiny Desktop PC

The Israel-based leading designer and manufacturer of embedded Computing products has announced a new pocket sized tine desktop PC namely, Trim Slice. It is powered by NVIDIA Tegra 2 1GHz ARM Cortex A9 dual-core processor and has 1 GB DDR2-800 Memory. The upcoming device supports Gigabit Ethernet, and Wi-Fi 802.11n connectivity connectivity options as well as comes with NVIDIA Tegra 2 low power consumption. User can install any number of Linux based or Google Android based operating systems that supports ARM architecture. It can be used as a media player, or gaming system or even as a desktop PC.

CompuLab Trim Slice Desktop PC
CompuLab Trim Slice Tiny Desktop PC Specs
  • Powered by NVIDIA Tegra 2 1GHz ARM Cortex A9 dual-core processor
  • Supports Gigabit Ethernet, & Wi-Fi 802.11n connectivity
  • Integrated ultra-low power GeForce GPU
  • Includes HDMI, DVI, & four USB ports
  • Can install Linux OS & Google Android OS
  • 1 GB DDR2-800 Memory
  • Up to 64GB of SSD
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • Micro SD card reader
  • Full-sized SDHC slot
  • Consumes 3 Watt power
  • Stereo line-out,& line-in
The CompuLab Trim Slice Desktop PC has full sized SDHC slot and microSD card reader. The pocket-sized tiny computer includes HDMI, DVI, four USB ports, and 5.1 channels digital audio. It measures 130 x 95 x 15 mm and consumes 3watt power. The CompuLab Trim Slice Desktop PC will be available in April 2011. There is no information about its pricing.


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