CompuLab, an Israel-based manufacturer that specializes in small computers have announced that they will be releasing another super small PC in the near future. Called the Trim Slice, this tiny PC really is something. Its dimensions are only 130 x 95 x 15 mm, which means that you’ll be able to carry it around in your pocket if you wanted. Of course you won’t have the mouse, keyboard and monitor with you, but that’s what your backpack is for. The Trim Slice runs on a dual-core Tegra 2 processor, so don’t expect Windows on the device yet and with Linux on ARM still under development, it looks like it could be running on Android. The Trim Slice packs 1GB of 800MHz DDR 2 RAM, a 64GB SATA SSD, HDMI output, analog and SPDIF audio, Gigabit Ethernet for wired networking, 4 USB 2.0 ports and an RS-232 serial port thrown in for good measure. The Trim Slice also packs onboard Bluetooth and WiFi. No prices, possible configurations and release dates have been announced, but more details will be revealed in April. Would you be keen in owning a PC this small?
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