Dutch startup unveils pocket-sized PC
Dutch startup The Hague is going to introduce a new compact device that does not have full functionality of professional PC or laptop, but it is able to satisfy basic needs of ordinary user.
Mini computer Ockel Sirius B is based on the processor Intel. Currently, device developers are successfully raising funds for its production through crowdfounding site Indiegogo. The cheapest version of Serius B is priced at $149 on Indiegogo (though it has no operating system installed on it) or $169 for a Windows 10 version.
The Sirius is about as big as an iPhone 6s or Galaxy S6, measuring 123 x 79 x 11mm and weighing 120g, featuring an HDMI port, two USB ports, microphone and audio out and microSD support.The device also packs an Intel Atom Bay-trail quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM and Intel High Definition graphics, 32GB of storage, dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0.
The Ockel team promises to ship the Sirius B computer in time for Christmas, NEWSru reports.