Re: Small question about the FitPC 2i
You want to say that the PC with no problems Full HD can play video?
It can play fullhd 1080p videos using video acceleration.
Is it possible to play with the PC Full HD video in Windows?
Windows 7 is currently the best supported OS for the fitpc2, you wont have any trouble getting hd-videos to work. IMHO are the needed drivers downloaded via Windows Update automatically. Windows XP works somewhat, too. However, you need to order the Windows XP Version of fitPC2, because they include special decoders not available to the public. Don't know about Windows Vista.
Divx, avi and co go anyway right?
You are mixing container formats and video stream formats. The video acceleration in fitPC2's GMA500 supports mpeg2, vc-1, mpeg4/h264 and wmv9 video material if I remember intels specs
corretly. Quoting the fitpc2 website
: "Full hardware video acceleration of H.264, MPEG2, VC1, and WMV9"
Formats not supported by the video acceleration can be decoded too. Most sd videos will just work, however I haven't tried all of those container formats and video codecs out there...
I have not found a video on the Internet where a play on PC2 Fit a Full HD video!
I don't get the point on providing a low-res video of a pc playing fullhd content, but there are some samples out there.
What about the temperature?
It runs really hot. This wont damage the hardware, but you should make sure the unit is placed correctly and not burried deep down a media rack
How hot is the device?
On the shell you can touch it with your hands without problems. However, you don't want to have it touched by small childs.
And nothing makes the hard drive?
I don't get it. Please rephrase your sentence. The included HDD should be fine. If you are planning to use a custom HDD, that's fine too. There is a maintenance opening you can use without voiding warranty. However, you should check space, power consumption and thermal qualities of your HDD.
Do you have the Fit PC 2i with 2 GB Ram and 1.6 Ghz?
I have the original fitPC2 with just 1GB RAM and 1.6GHz, so the 2GB unit will do even better.