Packed into a 330cc casing, the fit-PC Slim is being touted as the ‘world’s smallest PC’. While it is indeed very pocket-sized, it does come with the essential features intact: 500MHz AMD Geode LX800 processor, up to 60GB 2.5-inch hard drive (SSD optional), up to 512 MB RAM, 3 USB ports, VGA out, audio in/out jack, Ethernet, and of course, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi support. Your choice of operating system is either Windows (XP SP3) or Linux (Gentoo and Ubuntu in dual-boot mode).
The hard drive is easily upgradable by the removal of a few screws and sliding in a larger 2.5-inch hard drive. The fit-PC Slim weighs 380g and measures 100 x 110 x 30mm. It comes in four different configurations:
* fit-PC Slim Barebones (256MB, no WiFi, no HDD) – $220
* fit-PC Slim Diskless (512MB, WiFi, no HDD) – $245
* fit-PC Slim Linux (512MB, WiFi, 60GB hard disk with Ubuntu and Gentoo pre-installed) – $295
* fit-PC Slim XP (512MB, WiFi, 60GB hard disk with Windows XP Home SP3 pre-installed) – $335
Judging by the photo above, I’m pretty sure you could attach this to your key chain. Just be sure to bring a monitor, mouse, and keyboard with you. Order your fit-PC Slim at Fit-PC.com.