World’s Smallest Computer For $199
CompuLab’s worlds smallest computer is now available for purchase. The Trim Slice can be bought for as low as $199 and is technically a desktop computer with a 1 GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core processor. The computer has four USB ports, 2 SD card slots, an RS232 port, and a HDMI output. For an extra $20, you can get an 802.11n WiFi adapter and a 4GB microSD card.
Get this, for only $319, you can get a 32GB solid state disk, Linux operating system, DVI port, Wifi, and Bluetooth for about the price of a mp3 player. This is the ultimate computer and will be ideal for programmers or hackers looking for a very basic computer for simple computing needs, even if just as a test computer.
Although, unless you have a spare monitor lying around, you’d probably be best off getting a netbook, this is still a great option to have for many computer users. This device uses between 2 to 6 watts of power, making sure that you won’t crank up electricity costs with many of the high-end desktops that currently go on sale. Of course, you won’t be able to get any gaming done with this machine, except maybe for a few games of Solitaire. Take a look at the video below for a closer look!