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    News - fit-PC launches ridiculously small AMD Geode-based "Slim" PC

    The fit-PC Slim is dubbed as the world's smallest PC, but it doesn't compromise on features and can run Microsoft's Windows XP.
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    Re: News - fit-PC launches ridiculously small AMD Geode-based "Slim" PC

    Someone say car pc?

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    Re: News - fit-PC launches ridiculously small AMD Geode-based "Slim" PC

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbouk View Post
    Someone say car pc?
    m0nowall..

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    Re: News - fit-PC launches ridiculously small AMD Geode-based "Slim" PC

    Quote Originally Posted by moogle View Post
    m0nowall..
    yes what with all those ethernet ports!
    throw new ArgumentException (String, String, Exception)

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    Re: News - fit-PC launches ridiculously small AMD Geode-based "Slim" PC

    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnimus View Post
    yes what with all those ethernet ports!
    soon to be m0nowall..

    I spoke to soon

    Hold on it has 1 ethernet port. Can't the wifi be used in the monowall or do you need to connect an AP to it for that.

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    Re: News - fit-PC launches ridiculously small AMD Geode-based "Slim" PC

    I know it's pricier, but i want a SpacePC

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology...hetinypcthatlo


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    Re: News - fit-PC launches ridiculously small AMD Geode-based "Slim" PC

    but thats the thing the cables and the connections will dwarf the thing and make it much mroe of a mess. it needs to have a tiny inbuilt PSU and bluetooth so it can connect to most things without the need for a cable, bar the display. i can't understand why it uses a laptop harddrive, an IDE of all things...
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    Re: News - fit-PC launches ridiculously small AMD Geode-based "Slim" PC

    Because its a geode, i doubt AMD are that worried about adding SATA support to a chip thats designed to do what the geode does.

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    Re: News - fit-PC launches ridiculously small AMD Geode-based "Slim" PC

    Pre-order tomorrow. Exchange rate isn't so good though:
    # fit-PC Slim Linux - $295 = £199+vat = £233
    # fit-PC Slim XP - $335 = £219+vat = £257

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