PC is getting smaller and smaller as we have saw the Intel Compute stick at CES 2015. CompuLab, the lower-profile computer producer recently unveiled a fan-less device with the Android and Linux-running named Utilite 2. Their most recent design configuration is also fan-less, however, it additionally underpins 64-bit Windows 7 and 8 for additional benefit.

Android is ignored this time, while Linux stays with a low-cost option. In spite of the fact that the CompuLab Fitlet is a much better machine than the Utilite 2, and equipped for taxing tasks, and a great thing about ComputeLab Fitlet is that it is extremely portable and easy to carry, moreover, it’s feathery light too weighing just a quarter of KG i.e. 250 grams.

CompuLab Fitlet resembles to router much more than PC. CompuLab is not famous in manufacturing of mini-PCs as it depends upon an AMD Quad core A4 Micro-6400T chip, which features AMD Radeon R3 graphics.

Pretty much comparable to Intel Atom, the AMD APU A4 Micro-6400T likewise known by its inside code name, Mullins, which is facilated by passive cooling and is being capable to handle as much as 8 GB of DDR3 RAM, and up to 1 terabyte of mSATA storage.  It incorporates 2 HDMI connectors, double Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, and an astounding six USB ports, including a twosome of 3.0 spaces.

You can grab CompuLab Fitlet for $129 which is the lowest price or you can say starting price, however, it doesn’t includes memory or internal storage in that price tag. It is expected to be launched soon.