Cloud Client has this week launched a new mini PC for $90 which they have equipped with a Allwinner A10 ARM Cortex-A8, but rather than the flash drive stick design used by most manufacturer to encase their mini PC, Cloud Client have opted for a more traditional route.
The new Cloud Client might be a little bigger than stick mini PCs equipped with same processor but the devices is fitted with a wealth of ports and extras.
“The Cloud Client is an ultra low-cost / high performance computer based on the Android 4.02 operating system. If you have ever used a smart phone or tablet, you already know how to use the Cloud Client. The Cloud Client provides the same applications you know and love on your smart phone and tablet and now provides you with the ability to use the same applications with the benefits of a full size keyboard, high resolution screen and even high quality stereo playback.”
The cloud Client Mini PC is equipped with 4 x full-sized USB ports, 1 x VGA, 1 x HDMI port, 1 x Ethernet jack, together with and mic and headphone jacks. The system is currently shipped running Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) operating system, offering access to the Google Play Store and comes supplied with 8GB of internal storage and Wi-Fi connectivity.
But as the Liliputing website explains: “Allwinner A10-based device, it’s likely that you’ll be able to runUbuntu, Fedora, or other Linux-based operating systems on the Cloud Client.”
For more information jump over to the Device on a Chip website.
Source: Liliputing : Device on a ChipFiled Under: Hardware, Technology News, Top News