Compulab’s Tegra 2-powered nettop - which debuted in January - has finally gone on sale.
Dubbed "Trim Slice," the ultra-thin system is targeted specifically at developers rather than the average end-user.
Apparently, the software layer is apparently still very much a work in progress. Nevertheless, Compulab is currently offering three iterations of the nettop:
$199 "Barebones" - No Wi-Fi or storage, which can be added via dongle or MicroSD.
$219 "Value" - Features a 4GB MicroSD card, Wi-Fi dongle and pre-installed ARM version of Ubuntu.
$319 "Pro" - Boasts a 32GB SSD, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth dongle and pre-installed ARM version of Ubuntu.
Additional specs include: