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Electronics Production | August 20, 2007

Is the world's smallest PC German?

German Picotux claims that it has developed the world's smallest PC.
Picotux has developed a PC as small as 2x2x3,5 centimeters. The connectors are giving the computer it's size. The computer is equipped with a 32-bit ARM 7 processor at 55MHz. No graphics card is included, there is no room for that. The computer has a DRAM at 8MB and a 2 MB flash memory were the Linux and the website is stored. Two connectors are taking the most space in the computer; one Ethernet with constant sending at up to 100 Mbit at full duplex and one connector for an external display.

One quarter of an Ampere at 3,3 Volts is needed and the weight is 18 grams. The computer withstands 18 minus degrees Celsius.
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