At the beginning of the year, Compulab announced several Fitlet mini PCs powered by AMD Mullins processors. Missing from the original offering was the top of the line A10 Micro-6700T quad core processor, but the company’s latest Fitlet H integrates the more powerful, yet still low power, processor.
- SoC – AMD A10 Micro-6700T 64 bit quad-core processor @ up to 2.2 GHz with AMD Radeon R6 Graphics (4.5W TDP).
- System Memory – 2x SODIMM slots for up to 16 GB DDR3L-1333
- Storage – Internal 2.5” HDD/SSD (SATA 3.0) + mSATA 3.0 + micro-SD
- Video Output – 2x HDMI 1.4a up to 1920 x 1200 @ 60Hz
- Audio – Realtek ALC888-VC2 HD audio codec; S/PDIF 7.1 input/output + stereo line-out / MIC in
- 2x Gigabit Ethernet (Intel i211 Ethernet controllers)
- WLAN 802.11ac (2.4/5GHz dual band Intel 7260HMW) + Bluetooth 4.0 with two external antennas
- Cellular – mini-PCIe for cellular modem + on-board micro SIM socket
- USB – 2x USB3; 6x USB2; 1x micro USB port for serial connection
- Expansion – Full-size miniPCIe with mSATA + half-size miniPCIe + CompuLab FACE Module interface
- Power Supply – 10~15V unregulated DC input (Typical: 12V DC)
- Power consumption – 4.5 to 10.5 Watts
- Dimensions: 16cm x 16cm x 2.5cm (Enclosure: Passively cooled die-cast aluminum)
Fitlet-H can run Windows 7/8 (32-bit or 64-bit), Linux 32-bit and 64-bit including the official Linux Mint 17 MATE (64-bit) distribution for Fitlet mini PCs, as well as an unnamed embedded OS. The package includes Fitlet-H, a 12V/3A power supply, an HDMI to DVI adapter, a 3.5mm to RCA cable, WiFi antennas, and mini serial to DB9-female adapter cable. The company mentions Fitlet H “offers thermal headroom than fitlet B, I or X” based on low-end Mullins processors, and this is possible because Fitlet H is a larger computer (16x16cm) compared to the other fitlet mini PCs (0.8 cm x 8.3 cm).
Compulab Fitlet-H is not in stock right now, but should be available very soon, and is listed on TinyGreenPC.com for 330 GBP ($516) as well as Amazon US with the expected price being $436. The 5-year warranty may contribute to the relatively high price. You’ll also need to add RAM, storage, and an operating system to get a working system. Further details on the latest Fitlet H should soon be available on Compulab Fitlet product page.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.
interested…but at lower price.
At this price R9 graphic, 2x2GB SODIMM DDR3L-1333 (total of 4BG) and cheapest King**** 60GB SSD DRIVE could be included with that ”low” cost desing. expected price of 436$US is too expensive for real people market, the price of that cpu/unit is around 18-20$, of course the labour and other production cost….. isn’t a justification. Keep in mind that other mini pc that could run windows 10, linux and android are already developped and on market with same spec on other SoC for half of the price Also it’s a fact that cnx annonced launch price are always lowest than… Read more »
“TinyGreenPC for 330 GBP” PLUS shipping PLUS 20% VAT on all of that which means the real price is almost GBP 400.
The prices at TinyGreenPC are deceptive — do not get ripped off.
The nice thing about the fitlets is the option for up to 4 nic’s (intel nic’s)
I wish intel would do a nuc with 2 or more nic’s.
Also the dual hdmi models are a lot more capable for digital signage than any of the cisco dmps (even the newer edge 340) but if you need telecom certified hardware you’re stuck with crappy low performance cisco gear
If you are going to buy a fitlet, buy through amazon if you can.
But unfortunately nuc’s are cheaper and most easily beat the fitlets on cpu.
Too expensive platform.
Waiting for a huge coming up of Intel Braswell…
Some comparisons between AMD A10 micro-6700T and Intel Celeron J1900:
Celeron J1900 is Bay Trail 22nm technology, consume 10W TDP.
Braswell is all different, comes with new 14nm technology consume only 4W to 6W TDP.