The development team over at ICE Computer have been developing prototype pocket desktop computers for some time but as yet has not brought anything to market, however they have unveiled yet another design this week with the launch of the ICE xPC mini PC.
The ICE xPC has been designed to offer users a pocket desktop computer that can be easily slipped into your pocket for transportation when required.
ICE Computers are providing buyers of their pocket desktop computer with the option to power their new ICE xPC mini PC with either a Core i3 or Core i5 or Intel Atom Bay Trail processors. Together with options for either 32, 64 or 128GB of storage provided by an internal solid state disk (SSD) as well as Dual HDMI and DP display support.
Weighing in at less than 4 ounces the mini PC uses less than 11 W of electricity and comes complete with a five megapixel web camera and a HDMI SlimPort for connectivity. As well as connections for DisplayPort, DVI, and VGA.
“The ICE xPC is the smallest computer yet. Smartphone-sized, modular, and light-weight, you can carry your PC anywhere – right in your pocket! ICE xPC delivers an entirely new experience, connecting you everywhere, at any time.”
For more information on the new ICE xPC pocket desktop computer jump over to the ICE Computer website for details.
Source: LiliputingFiled Under: Hardware, Top News