BigGong - San Francisco - Computer around our increasingly small. Once the market is crowded with mini portable computer, now there is another interesting addition. InFocus, an American electronics company, has announced the launch of Kangaroo.
With a length of 124mm, width 80,5mm and 12,9mm thick, Kangaroo is the smallest portable desktop computer in the world, claims the company, which is roughly the size of a mobile phone.
It comes with a detachable unit, this device is supported HDMI port, one USB 2.0 port, one USB 3.0 port, and DC power port. Weighing only 200 grams (without adapter and power cord), and features a fingerprint sensor Windows Hello.
This computer is powered quad-core Intel Atom Cherrytrail x5-Z8500 clocked 1,44GHz, with Burst frequency 2,24GHz. Other features include 2GB LPDDR3 RAM, and a 32GB eMMC storage, which can be expanded through microSDXC card (up to 128GB) if need more storage.
In it there is also a battery, the company claims, can keep the beat for four hours with "casual use", and portable PC also has a Micro-USB port for charging. For software, Kangaroo mini PC running Windows 10. This has 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 wireless connectivity.
What is the price of this PC? Kangaroo costs $ 99 and is available for purchase starting today in the United States from an online retailer Newegg.com. The company said it will start selling these pocket computers at Microsoft Store starting in mid-November.
For those who have never used a Windows device this small size, it is his advice: do not expect to handle tasks you like high-end graphics intensive games. However, you can do web browsing, playing casual games, and watch full-HD video files without a hiccup