Compulab introduces fitlet miniature PCs with endless possibilities

The Compulab fitlet is a new range of miniature PCs featuring a fanless
design and ruggedised construction, and built for a new generation of users.

A tiny PC with endless possibilities, Compulab’s fitlet is the first
miniature, fanless and ruggedised PC that can be completely reconfigured to meet
the requirements of users. The fitlet’s memory, storage, networking, extension
cards and operating systems can be easily installed and upgraded, offering the
user the flexibility to build a more personalised PC. The fitlet is recommended
for applications in robotics, telemetry and digital signage among others.

The fitlet is built around the quad-core AMD A4 Micro-6400T with Radeon
R3 Graphics, which packs high-performance, powerful graphics and rich
up-to-date connectivity into a minimal power envelope, quadrupling the
performance and memory capacity of the fitlet compared to the fit-PC2. Weighing
only 250g, the fitlet is also 30% smaller than the fit-PC2.

Key features of Compulab’s new fitlet include up to 8 GB RAM, mSATA,
dual head HDMI, dual GbE LAN, WLAN 802.11ac, micro-SD socket and 6 USB ports (including
2 USB3); powered eSATA, RS232, SMBUS, UART, 8 GPIOs and provision for mobile
data communication; and three fitlet models (fitlet-i, fitlet-X & fitlet-B)
offered in various configurations from a plug-and-play Windows PC to a barebone
system, and also available with Linux.

The powerful performance and small size of the fitlet make it extremely suitable
for robotics, thin clients, telemetry and basic digital signage applications.

Metromatics is the distributor for Compulab in Australia and New Zealand.

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