It has a bay for SATA hard disk, a 1Ghz chip, Gigabit Ethernet, USB Bluetooth adapter, built-in 802.11n WiFi and 1Gb RAM for its internal hardware. The difference between the previous Trim Slice lies in the bay itself. The size itself speaks for desk clutter clearing and cleaning. The Israeli Compulab released the previous Trim-Slice in late April 2011 which is a small, fanless computer, the first based on NVIDIA Tegra 2.
Two models are available: Trim Slice H Diskless for $279 with the option of adding HDD or SSD, and Trim Slice H250 with pre-installed Linux and 250Gb HDD for $319. External features of both include 4 USB ports, 2 SD slots, HDMI and DVI ports and a RS232 serial port.
CompuLab is also offering the Trim Slice developers program in open platform thru its Pro Dev-Kit in conjunction with the products release for the benefit of the open-source community available at $175, a 45% discount from the original $319. The discounted developer kit is designed to complement any further software technology refinements of the Trim Slice series.