I’m testing a tiny computer from Logic Supply It has the following specs:
Intel Celeron M440 (Yonah) with a Front-side bus of 533Mhz
1 gig of memory
A 2.5″ Hitachi hard disk 5400 rpm
Panasonic DVD/CD reader
Build and test for additional $45.00
The case is about 7″ x 7″ and maybe 1.5 inches tall.
Total price is $661 before tax.
They gave me an awesome tour of the assembly plant. Dozens of these little guys being assembled, tested and burned in.
The one caveat that I would bear in mind is that the ones without fans can run hot…really hot, like hard to hold your hand on to them hot. This was the case at least when they were running the test program which exercises the processor.
I ordered mine with a fan; and the noise is acceptable, just a low swoosh (so far).
It came without an OS, so I’m installing Vista just for grins.
So far the buying experience has been terrific. They are really helpful on the phone. They specialize in small machines using mini-ITX motherboards using either Intel, AMD or Via systems. This unit is a candidate platform for our embedded application, and a successor to our beloved Pundit pizza-box sized system.