CompuLab’s fit-PC2 holds the distinction of being one of the smallest nettops to be released to date, and the fact that it doesn’t even need a fan to run makes it all the more remarkable. No fan means less noise, and the natural airflow itself as well as heat dissipation method(s) employed ought to be efficient enough to work as it is without overheating. A new model (fit-PC2i) has just arrived from CompuLab, running on an Intel Atom Z530 1.6GHz processor (with the choice of an Atom Z550 2.0GHz processor), coupled with 2GB RAM and a host of other specifications such as a 160GB hard drive, Wi-Fi connectivity, HDMI, USB 2.0 ports, 5.1-channel audio, a memory card reader as well as relevant audio jacks. Windows 7 Professional will be the operating system of choice, where the entire machine will tip the scales at 370g. Pricing differs greatly on the specifications, where the fit-PC2i will start from $294 and goes all the way to $680. Great for homes that are already crammed to the hilt.
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