CES 2010 CompLab FitPC 2 (World’s Smallest PC)


CompLab at CES 2010 showed what looks like the worlds smallest PC. This baby runs on an Intel Atom chip has 1 Gig of ram and does HDMI video. It has a full assortment of USB ports, HDMI out and wireless card to booth. Also comes with a 160 GB hard drive that is upgradable. The HTPC is a etermely low power consumer at only 7w. Pricing starts at $249 and avialable at Amazon

The fit-PC2 is a tiny PC computer based on Intel’s Atom Z530 processor and US15W chipset. It runs all standard operating systems and software packages. The fit-PC2’s unique a dvantages include exceptionally small size, quiet, fanless operation and very low power consumption. With a price starting as low as $245, it makes an ideal solution for applications such as office desktop, home entertainment, point-of-sale, classroom computer and even specialized router. The fit-PC2 enclosure is made from aluminum – durable and splash / dust resistant

Fit-PC 2 Specs

Intel Atom Z530 CPU @ 1.6 GHz

Intel US15W chipset


160GB SATA harddisk, easily upgradeable

DVI Digital display interface, up to 1920×1080

HD Audio, line-out 2.0 / mic in / line-in

1000Mb/s Ethernet port 802.11g WiFi

Six USB 2.0 ports

miniSD and mini PCI Express sockets

IR receiver

Phoenix BIOS

Single 12V supply, 6W, fanless operation

Dimensions – 115 x 101 x 27mm

Runs Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Linux

Also available as SBC without enclosure