Desktop too cluttered with your tower casing, peripherals and whatnot? Well, CompuLab’s fit-PC3 is finally available and upon first glance, if you did not know any better, the fit-PC3 could be mistaken for some sort of router or external hard drive. In reality it’s actually a computer which packs an AMD APU in either single-core or dual-core options.

The fit-PC3 will be a tiny fanless design which was created that way on purpose to keep down the noise of fans whirring. It measures 16 x 15 x 2.5cm and it will be able to support up to 8GB of DDR3 memory. It will also allow users to choose between a Radeon HD6290 or a Radeon HD 6320 for their graphics card.

As far as displays are concerned, the fit-PC3 will support displays with a resolution of up to 1920×1200 over a HDMI connection, or 2560×1600 over DisplayPort. It will feature two USB 3.0 ports, six USB 2.0 ports, a 2.5” internal hard drive and a miniPCIe socket with mSATA.

So how much will all of this cost? CompuLabs’s fit-PC3 will start at $328, and depending on your configuration will go as high as $698. For more information head on down to their website.

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