Microsoft has this week unveiled two new Windows 10 mini PCs that will be produced by Taiwanese manufacturers Foxconn and Quanta and will take the form of the new Foxconn Kangaroo and Quanta Compute Plug mini PCs.
The Foxconn Kangaroo PC is powered by an Intel Cherry Trail processor and includes a rechargeable battery that is capable of providing up to 6 hours of use, while the mini PC system is unplugged.
Both mini PC systems have been designed to run Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 operating system that will be launching as a consumer release next month on July 29, 2015. The Kangaroo mini PC has been designed to transform any TV into a Windows 10 computer or a set-top box to enable you to stream media directly to your large screen.
No details on what is inside the Quanta Compute Plug mini PC have been released as yet, but what we do know is that it features Bluetooth and wireless connectivity and also comes with a pair of USB ports together with HDMI connection.
Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has either been released for the new mini PCs, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always.