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Compulab Introduces The Fit-PC2i

I am just such a sucker for little embedded systems platforms. It started with the Soekris Net4501, but I've also used the Soekris Net4801, ALIX boards and HP thin clients…

A Novel Widget: fit-statUSB from Compulab

Here’s a cute new widget from Compulab, makers of my beloved Airtop-PC. A first glance, fit-statUSB looks like a very small USB memory key, but it’s actually a programmable color…

Tip: Faking an HDMI Connection

Last week I once again saw a need to share the output of an Android device. As I've described previously, this requires the use of an HDMI splitter to feed…

Oh, Yeah: DIY Room Systems!

Prognosticator extraordinaire Dave Michels recently post some observations of things he saw at InfoComm. In so doing I think that he may have coined a new buzz-phrase, “DIY Room Systems.”…

CompuLab Strikes Again; Intense PC Looks Sweet!

  CompuLab, the company that brought us the Fit-PC series have a special place in my heart. Their little super-small-form-factor PCs hold an attractive quality that's hard to describe. I…

D.I.Y. Asterisk Appliances: A Question Of Scale

Selecting hardware appropriate for a particular Asterisk installation has been a topic of discussion ever since the emergence of Asterisk. This typically centers around choosing hardware to handle n users…

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