The CompuLab Fitlet Is A Neat Little Linux PC With AMD SoC

Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 25 May 2015 at 11:35 AM EDT. 8 Comments
Earlier this year CompuLab announced the Fitlet PC as a tiny, fanless, Linux-friendly PC. The Fitlets are finally starting to ship at scale and recently I received one of the AMD-powered Fitlets that's preloaded with Linux Mint. Here's a quick look at the Fitlet.

After having been quite pleased with all of the other CompuLab Linux systems I've used up to this point (the Fit-PC2, Trim-Slice, Intense-PC, Utilite, and Intense-PC2), I've been quite excited about trying the Fitlet as it's the first Linux PC from this Israeli PC vendor that I've encountered to use an AMD APU SoC.

The model I was sent over for testing at Phoronix featured the AMD A10 Micro-6700T with Radeon R6 Graphics, 4GB of RAM, 64GB SanDish SSD, and WiFi. And it's all completely fanless!
CompuLab Fitlet AMD A10 Micro-6700T

I've only been testing the unit for the past week so expect the full review on Phoronix in the next few weeks. I just wanted to share today that this model is being tested and so far it's going well. You can find some initial benchmark results via this result file.
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