CompuLab introduced the Trim-Slice H ARM Cortex-A9 miniature embedded system. The Trim-Slice H features NVIDIA Tegra 2 CPU, 1 GB DDR2-667, accessible 2.5-inch bay, HDMI and DVI ports, Gigabit Ethernet, built-in 802.11n WiFi, four USB ports, two SD slots, RS232 serial port and a USB Bluetooth adapter. CompuLab also announced a special 45% discount ($175 instead of $319) off the Trim-Slice Pro Dev-Kit to open-source developers. Trim-Slice H will be available around the end of this month.
CompuLab introduced their Trim-Slice embedded computer. The CompuLab miniature computer is based on NVIDIA Tegra 2. The dual-core ARM Cortex A9 computer runs Linux and is supported in the mainline kernel revision 2.6.39. Support for other operating systems is work-in-progress. Trim-Slice is offered in three configurations. Trim-Slice Barebone is priced at $199, Trim-Slice Value is priced at $219, and Trim-Slice Pro is priced at $319. OEMs and system integrators can order Trim-Slice in volume with customization of feature set, branding and case finish.
CompuLab announced the fit-PC3 industrial PC (IPC). The fit-PC3 is based on AMD Embedded G-Series Platform. The fit-PC3 embedded system is designed to host an extension card that can be easily tailored for custom I/O requirements. The miniature fanless IPC measures only 6.3″ x 6.3″ x 0.98″. The fit-PC3 will be offered at a variety of configurations. CompuLab will be offering OEM service based on the fit-PC3 design. The AMD Embedded G-Series platform features an integrated low power x86 CPU and discrete-class advanced GPU on a single accelerated processing unit (the APU).