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Sunday, 11 December 2011

Fit-PC3 | Mini Computer ideal For HTPC Compulab

The tiniest of our readers will agree that the best comes in small packages, and when they need to address that argument, may use the mini computers. Portable, comfortable, powerful and expandable. These characteristics also responds to Compulab Fit-PC3, a mini computer ideal for HTPC (or TPT) that gives you a wide range of hardware configurations possible at an acceptable price that combines Windows 7 with AMD processors.

Usually, he is invited to think of a computer than a laptop, it tends to rest in the comfortable security of remembering the desktop and its huge endowment. Cabinets or enclosures that are eaten desk space and are generally uncomfortable enough to transport without any escape snorted. For multiple needs that require a considerably smaller computer and almost as powerful as a desktop, you can point a view to mini computers like the Compulab now manufactured, the Fit-PC3.

Mixing two virtues applauded worldwide with different intensity, Compulab created a mini-computer which has a 1GHz processor and AMD APU can run Windows 7 comfortably a complete and fully updated. The Fit-PC mini Compulab PC3 does not leave out the graphics power, for what is a weapon of Radeon HD 6290 256-bit, so you can play video in full screen and 1080p quality without the protagonists of videos tremble to suffer the famous and experienced drag that occurs when the system is not powerful enough.

The last thing you have left spinning in the head are not uncommon, because that ability to play HD content is well used by the HDMI output built into the Fit-PC3, which becomes a very interesting target for those who want to install a HTPC system. With the processing power, 4 or more USB 3.0 ports, eSATA and DisplayPort support, the Fit-PC3 is put to the forefront what is portability and performance. As we said, this little one brings Windows 7 reinstalled, but there are always the daring him to modify the Compulab Brain Fit-PC3.

As we read, there are several hardware configurations are available to update and enlarge the mini computer, the cost of the $ 328 (the configuration described) to bequeath to $ 700 more powerful processors with other dual-core type and DDR3 RAM. Those who are asking for their size and noise, we must reply that the Fit-PC3 has some measures 16 x 15 x 2.5 cm and has no fan either, so it is quiet too. If you are looking for something small, functional and expandable than a laptop, a netbook or a tablet, this is your gadget of choice.