fit-PC2 raised the bar for miniature fanless computing and became an extremely successful building-block in robotics, digital signage, video surveillance, telecommunication transportation and automation. With its tiny and robust build fit-PC2 was mounted on vehicles, trains, boats, airplanes and even rockets. fit-PC2 was installed in clean-rooms and African classrooms, underground, in homes, restaurants, theme-parks and museums.
While fit-PC2 itself does not age, its technology does. It is time to introduce a better fanless PC. Meet fitlet.
fitlet vs fit-PC2
Size. fitlet is 30% smaller than fit-PC2
fitlet: 10.8 x 8.3 x 2.4 cm (0.215 liter)
fit-PC2: 11.5 x 10.1 x 2.7 cm (0.313 liter)
Performance. fitlet performance is nearly 5 times that of fit-PC2
filet-i compared to fit-PC2-C1600 (Z530)
fitlet-B performance is over 6 times
that of fit-PC2 Value.
Measured using Primate Labs Geekbench 3
Memory. Up to 8 GB upgradable SODIMM in fitlet
fitlet incorporates 64 bit CPU that can address more memory and support 64 bit operating systems.
Up to 2 GB soldered down RAM in fit-PC2.
Graphics. Radeon R3 through dual-head HDMI vs GMA500 through DVI
Storage. SATA3 6 Gbps solid-state in fitlet vs spinning disk below 800 Mbps in fit-PC2
fitlet-i also has powered eSATA not found in fit-PC2.
Networking. 1 to 4 GbE LAN, 802.11ac WiFi and provision for 3G/LTE in fitlet
4 Gbit Ethernet ports in fitlet-X LAN.
fitlet is using only Intel NICs (I211) for Gbit Ethernet. fit-PC2i has 2 GbE ports, but with realtek NICs.
Connectivity. fitlet includes USB3, miniPCIe, FACET card and GPIOs
None of these features is available in fit-PC2.
fitlet has many additional features, including SMBUS, remote power button, programmable auto-on, power + USB locking and replaceable battery.