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1 comments | Thursday, August 28, 2008

Space Cube measures only 2 inches by 2 inches, almost the size of a large dice. That is how small the world's smallest computer!
The tiny PC is developed by the Shimafuji Corporation in Japan. Features of the Space Cube include:

- CPU speed of 300 MHz
- 16 MB of on-board flash memory
- PC runs on a Linux OS from a 1GB CompactFlash card
- hard drive is a 64MB SDRAM card
- LAN port, USB port, Ethernet port, and a VGA monitor connecto
- even accommodates speakers and headphones
- has a SpaceWire port, which is an extremely thin socket that serves as an interface used by NASA, ESA, and JAXA

The tiny PC is designed for use in space, where its task is to control various electronics and manage an "interstellar computer network.

Space Cube price when it goes for sale is around £1,500 ($2,750).



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nothing special, if to take away the screen, battery and buttons off a PDA that what you get not rocket science

April 10, 2009 7:05 PM


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