Dell's Thumb Drive-Sized Android-Based PC @ US$100

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Dell's Thumb Drive-Sized Android-Based PC @ US$100

Postby tankee » Thu May 23, 2013 10:30 am

Dell's Project Ophelia, which is an Android-based computer that operates from a hardware dongle, is slated for launch this July for US$100. Dell showcased Project Ophelia at CES in January this year. The dongle plugs into any device with a HDMI port and turns it into a PC

According to sources Android Authority spoke with, Dell will be showcasing Ophelia on regular computer displays as well as 55-inch ones next week in Los Angeles, United States during the international Citrix Synergy conference. The device offers both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and allows the user to access Wyse PocketCloud, a smart cloud solution that can allow users to access their desktop from mobile devices. In the future, the user may possibly be able to download applications, movies or TV shows directly from Google’s Play store, in addition to enjoying streamed content from Hulu and Netflix....

http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/tech-new ... july-us100

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Re: Dell's Thumb Drive-Sized Android-Based PC @ US$100

Postby ChiefKiasu » Fri May 24, 2013 12:15 pm

tankee wrote:Dell's Project Ophelia, which is an Android-based computer that operates from a hardware dongle, is slated for launch this July for US$100. Dell showcased Project Ophelia at CES in January this year. The dongle plugs into any device with a HDMI port and turns it into a PC

According to sources Android Authority spoke with, Dell will be showcasing Ophelia on regular computer displays as well as 55-inch ones next week in Los Angeles, United States during the international Citrix Synergy conference. The device offers both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and allows the user to access Wyse PocketCloud, a smart cloud solution that can allow users to access their desktop from mobile devices. In the future, the user may possibly be able to download applications, movies or TV shows directly from Google’s Play store, in addition to enjoying streamed content from Hulu and Netflix....

http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/tech-new ... july-us100


I thought there are already lots of companies making these thumbdrive PCs already? Like the Minix Neo G4 below:


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