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Fanless, rugged, powerful tiny servers

ALIX 2-3 server stackDual-board rackmount server
  • Spend less, and get a business-grade solution with the same features as a WatchGuard or SonicWall firewall, with no ongoing fees
  • Use open-source software to create an easy and effective professional-grade solution for managing your client's network security
  • Build super-sturdy servers that you can rely on to just keep going, and going, and going, without any intervention from you
  • Build high-availability redundant servers, in the smallest of spaces
  • Drastically reduce electricity consumption with energy-efficient servers that use as little as 5W
  • Capture data or video in hard-to-access locations and harsh environments

Low power, silent, fanless tiny PCs

Tiny fit-PC2 in handsfit-PC3 Pro
  • Significantly reduce your business electricity bill
  • Recover valuable space on your desk and in your server room
  • Create peace and quiet in your workplace with completely silent and fanless desktop PCs
  • Stop throwing away computers that break down after just a couple of years
  • Save space, energy and hassles without sacrificing performance
  • Show your customers your commitment to "going green"

What others are doing with our tiny computers

Capturing production line data and displaying daily targets

Steel-Line production display

Steel-Line needed to capture the serial number, completion date and time, and production line number for each roller door they manufactured. They also wanted to display daily production targets.

By using fit-PC2s, they achieved all of their project goals in a more flexible way and at a more reasonable cost than other solutions.


  • Play Star Wars “Imperial March” on an APULego Star Wars Darth Vader - What better way to celebrate the fourth of May, than with this tutorial that shows you how to play "The Imperial March" theme from Star Wars on an APU?

    Follow along step-by-step to create a musical server that's sure to impress any Star Wars fan.

Tiny computer with LEGO minifigure