CompuLab's Fit-PC3 Is An AMD-Powered Nettop, Cute As A Button

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The mini-PC isn't dead yet. CompuLab has just ushered into the world a new ultra-slim computer, the Fit-PC3, which offers up AMD silicon within and a starting price of just $328. It's sort of like a condensed Mac mini, albeit with no OS X inside. It touts HDMI 1.3, DisplayPort, Gigabit Ethernet, a mixture of USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports, a pair of eSATA ports and an RS-232 control adapter.

The $328 gets you a barebones nettop, including a 1GHz single-core processor, integrated Radeon HD 6290 graphics, and loads of customizability. The only question is this: how many are you going to pick up, and will there be any room without one?
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gazd1 replied on Sat, Nov 26 2011 3:56 PM

Good for the simply tasks like internet banking, etc. Also it's easy to store away if one needs to.

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Cute? I'm sure they could design it to look a lot better or "cuter." It looks too much like a router.

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gloriad1 replied on Sun, Nov 27 2011 11:58 AM

Yeah! You're sure right gazd1 & I think that this CompuLab's Fit-PC3 is sure right for me!

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gloriad1 replied on Sun, Nov 27 2011 1:09 PM

I wonder if they have larger cpu sizes than the one that they advertise. Hope so!

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jonation replied on Sun, Nov 27 2011 1:20 PM

and you could stash it just as many places

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RSmith replied on Sat, Dec 3 2011 2:10 AM

There is definitely some great potential here, one could connect wireless peripherals to this and set it behind a tv, thus enabling them to turn any HDTV into a media/internet tv.  They honestly need a dual or quad core cpu in it though, a single core nowadays seems almost useless.

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