Microcomputers are not unusual, but among the major PC makers no one has outlined his claims on the market. The situation may change in the summer, more precisely in July, when the company Dell expects to begin selling the product shown in the photo.
This is a microcomputer, the development of which is within the framework of Project Ophelia. According to the company, the microcomputer running Android and designed for connection to a port HDMI, can turn any display into a PC, game console or set-top box. It supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, which will allow you to connect to the network. As a result, users will be able to upload Ophelia applications, videos, and TV shows from the app store Google Play. In addition, the game will be available for Android and streaming, provides service Hulu and Netflix. In fact, the product is marketed as a kind of low-cost alternatives to traditional PCs and tablets.
Interestingly, Dell expects to promote Ophelia in the corporate environment as a pocket of thin client. The functionality of the microcomputer will provide administrators with the ability to remotely manage and maintain. In particular, in the case of loss of the microcomputer’s memory can be remotely reset. Administrators will be able to see where the users are located, “Ophelia” and how they use them. Support service Wyse PocketCloud Ophelia will give users the ability to access files on your PC, servers, and mobile devices.
novelty is more like a flash drive, not the computer was first shown at the January CES show in 2013. The estimated price of the device is named to be $ 100.