Compulab, represented in Australia by Allied Data Systems
presents the latest version of their compact PC range. The new fit-PC3 also offers a very small form factor and extremely low power operation.
Compulab’s fit-PC3 compact PCs are an advanced range of miniature computers designed from the ground up to implement key learnings from the previous five generations of fit-PCs.
Nearly two years in development, fit-PC3 is designed around the AMD Embedded G-Series Fusion APU providing a dual-core 64 bit x86 CPU @ 1.0-1.65 GHz using the AMD Radeon HD 6xxx GPU, which is supplemented by up to 8 GB DDR3-1333 of RAM.
The new fit-PC3 compact PCs offer high power efficiency with the T40E model consuming just 7W at Windows 7 when idling, or up to 15W under full system load with dual head display.
The out-of-the-box fit-PC3 provides a set of interfaces including Digital 7.1 S/PDIF and analogue 2.0 audio, both input and output, Gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n + BT combo with dual antennas, 2 x USB3 ports + 2 x USB2 ports, 2 x eSATA ports, 2 mini-PCIe sockets/ 1 mSATA, Serial RS232 port and an IR receiver.