gEEEk Posted May 18, 2009 Share Posted May 18, 2009 The super small computer "Fit-PC2" is being released during 2009. Apparently, it's ideal for home servers due to the low power use (6 watt). It makes use of an Intel Atom Z530 running on 1,6 gigaherts, 1 gigabyte RAM and a 160 gigabyte HD. It's got all the necessary components such as 802.11g-standard, ethernet, USB etc.. And this tiny machine can apparently handle a maximum resolution of 1920x1080 via DVI. I'm not trying to make to promote this machine or anything, I just wanted to enlighten you. Because this truly is ideal for either a low-end media center or a homeserver just sitting next to your router/switch with no need for any screen or additional equipment. The price is around 350 USD. What's your opinions about this product? Is it worth the money? I'm really considering buying one actually. / gEEEk Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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