Compulab has updated its line of Mini PC with two new models with AMD A10 Micro-6700T, the most powerful family of low-power chips AMD Mullins. It is this characteristic that distinguishes fitlet-H and fitlet-IA10 from fitlet launched earlier this year and equipped with less powerful CPU Mullins; the latest versions can count on a much faster processor, with high-performance graphics and a higher price.
fitlet-H costs $ 436, while fitlet-IA10 that has the same processor in a more industrial design houses (and other small differences) is on sale for $ 314. Both models feature a quad-core 64-bit AMD from 4.5 watts and 1.2GHz frequency, with graphics AMD Radeon R6, dual Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0, two HDMI and 7.1 audio with S / PDIF. Here in what they differ: fitlet-H has two slots for memory expansion up to 16GB RAM and a slot for a hard disk or SSD 2.5-inch longer a mSATA SSD, while fitlet-IA10 has only one slot maximum 8GB of memory and another for a more mSATA a door eSATAp for external storage.
fitlet-H also has two USB 3.0 ports, six USB 2.0 ports (two more than the fitlet-IA10), a serial port and a slot for microSD cards. If you are interested in learning more fitlet-H and fitlet-IA10 can find a comparison chart of the two Mini PC fit-PC on the official website. We remind you that Compulab sells most of its computers as barebones systems, which then have to add RAM, storage and operating system, but some model are already sold complete with hardware and software, a choice between Windows and Linux Mint.
MintBox Mini, for example, is a Mini PC for $ 295 with AMD A4 Micro-6400T, 4GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage and Linux Mint