Trim-Slice H, a new a micro PC from CompuLab on Tegra 2
Andy Ruffell / 7 years ago
Even though they aren’t very popular, they aren’t obsolete, neither are they useless. CompuLab, an Isreali company, has the first commercially available desktop computer based on the NVIDIA Tegra 2 and are updating it with the Trim-Slice H.
While they did release a standard model a few months back, they’ve come up with a new one which comes in two different versions: Trim-Slice H Diskless in which the user can add the hard drive of its choice and the Trim-Slice H250 which comes with a 250GB hard drive and Linux pre-installed. These will cost you $279 and $319 respectively.
Both of these have a Tegra 2 processor running at 1GHz, 1GB of RAM, HDMI and DVI outputs, Gigabit Ethernet, built-in 802.11n Wi-fi, four USB ports, two SD slots, RS232 serial port and a USB Bluetooth adapter.
While I personally wouldn’t find any use to it, I don’t believe that at this price range you’re wasting money if you’re in need of one.