Trim Slice looks like a portable emergency charger that was introduced several months ago, but it actually is a powerful mini PC.
Trim Slice is manufactured by CompuLab, a famous manufacturer dedicated to miniature PC. Trim Slice mini PC measures 130 x 95 x 15mm. No doubt, its portable design lets you effortlessly take the computer to anywhere. Trim Slice is powered by a NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core ARM Cortex A9 1GHz processor integrated ultra-low power GeForce GPU, and features 1GB DDR2 RAM and 64GB SATA SSD. Through integrated HDMI, DVI and PAL/NTSC interfaces, you can connect the portable computer to various display devices. Apart from that, Trim Slice also comes with card reader for SD/ SDHC, microSD/ SDHC, 4 USB ports, RS232 serial port, WiFi, and gigabit Ethernet.
CompuLab has unveiled the detailed specs of Trim Slice mini PC, but there is no word about the release date and its price. If you’re interested, jump to Trim Slice’s release page for more details.
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