Those of you looking forward to getting your hands on a new Dell Project Ophelia Mini PC in the near future will be pleased to learn that Dell has now started shipping their new Dell Project Ophelia devices to beta testers.
The Dell Project Ophelia Mini PC is expected to start shipping to the public in the next quarter of the is year and has been designed to offer users a thumb sided PC running Google’s latest Android Jelly Bean operating system.
When it officially launches the Dell Project Ophelia Mini PC is expected to be pried at around $100 and has been designed to provide an affordable alternative to low-power desktop PCs.
With the explosion of cloud-based storage now available for document storage and a move away from the larger PC hardware systems. Dell is hoping that their mini PC will provide a portable solution that can be plugged into any available HDMI slot. Charles King, principal analyst at Pund-IT explains:
“Being able to carry their desktop in their pocket rather than having to lug it around would perhaps make a great deal of sense,”-“A lot of businesses are faced with whether or not they want to move on to Windows 8 and buy the necessary equipment,”
Source: PCWorldFiled Under: Technology News, Top News