Haifa-based embedded computing company Compulab has late last week announced the (limited) availability of its January-released Trim Slice super-compact desktop PC based around Nvidia's Tegra 2 SoC (System-on-chip).
The Trim Slice measures 130 x 95 x 15mm, has a nickel-plated metal casing, and is recommended for software development, customization and deployment. Compulab currently warns against the use of its mini PC by regular consumers due to the lack of maturity of the software supported.
Compulab is offering the Trim Slice in three versions:
- Trim Slice Barebone ($199) featuring one Tegra 2 chip, 1GB of RAM, HDMI port, Gigabit Ethernet, four USB 2.0 ports, two SD slots and RS232 serial port.
- Trim Slice Value ($219) has all those above plus a a 4 GB microSD card with Linux pre-installed and a USB 802.11n WiFi adapter.
- Trim Slice Pro ($3190 has a Tegra 2 SoC, 1GB of RAM, 32GB SSD with Linux pre-installed, HDMI and DVI ports, Gigabit Ethernet, built-in 802.11n WiFi, four USB ports, two SD slots, RS232 serial port and a USB Bluetooth adapter.
The Barebone and Value SKUs are now listed as 'out of stock', but the Pro unit can ship in 3 weeks.





Source :tcmagazine.com