The "Fit-PC 2"


I recently got my hands on a Fit-PC 2. This is a very small footprint, fanless system. Specifications are:




  • Width: 4.5in 

  • Height: 1in 

  • Depth: 4in 

  • Processor: Intel Atom Z530 @ 1.6GHZ 

  • RAM: 1GB 

  • Disk: 150GB 

  • Ethernet 

  • WiFi 

  • 6 USB ports 

  • SD Card slot 

  • DVI port 

Other than disk drive, there are no other expansion options. 1GB is the maximum RAM. This device could make a nice thin client or embedded application processor.


Now for some images:


Image of a FitPC


Note the size. This is quite a small system for all of its features.


 This second picture is a continuation of showing the overall size.


Height view


As you can see from this picture, the overall dimensions are quite small. In spite of its small size, the Fit-PC 2 is filled with features. You can see the WiFi antenna. OpenSolaris doesn't currently have support for the RaLink WiFi device that is built into the system.


You can also see the two USB ports on the front of the system. These use the mini-USB connectors. The three LEDs on the top right of the front edge of the box show disk, WiFi and power, in that order. Also on the front panel is an SD Card slot and in infrared device (between the SD Card and USB connectors). On the left side of the front is the power button.


Moving to the back of the unit:



The WiFi antenna is visible as are the Ethernet (10/100), four standard USB connectors and a DVI connector. The unit uses a 12V DC power supply.


Next installment will discuss installing OpenSolaris on the Fit-PC2.





Comments:

Hey!, it's great youn try to install opensolaris in this pc.
I will continue reading your blog, because i have the project to convert this pc into a sales-point.

Posted by Eisenheim Jelid on August 11, 2009 at 05:56 AM MDT #

This looks very nice and handy. You can bring this anywhere,with a great convenience.Thanks for sharing the specification so that I know if it is capable for my work.

Posted by Fit PC on February 22, 2011 at 02:26 PM MST #

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