The Space Cube is the world’s smallest personal computer. The unbelievably minuscule cube (2 x 2 x 2.2 inch case) packs 300 MHz CPU and 64 MB of SDRAM. The Space Cube offers a healthy number of ports, including USB, Ethernet, flash memory, monitor port, Space wire, serial connection, and microphone. This micro PC runs on a Linux named Atom Linux. Shimafuji, the manufacturer of the Space Cube, has recently released the SEMC5701A, which is slightly smaller than its predecessor.
The SEMC5701A is named Teacube and is built around an NEC Electronics VR5701 processor clocked at 266 or 333MHz. The Teacube includes 16 MB of Flash memory and 64 MB of SDRAM. The external video connector supports up to 1208×1024 resolution with 65K colors. Lineo Solutions’ Vr5701 patch enable the T-cube to run embedded Linux. The tiny pc is also offered in various colors. The Japanese have truly assembled a personal computer that fits in your pocket.