Dell’s Project Ophelia to Ship in July

Well awaited Dell Android ‘Ophelia’ PC is now ready to be shipped in July. This unique device apparently looks like a flash drive. It’s hard to believe that all pc like facilities are available in this little thumb sized device. It plugs in the HDMI port of HDTV, monitors etc which immediately turns it into a smart device. Users would be able to access apps from Google Play store and will be able to download Android games, stream movies and TV’s show. It also features Bluetooth so the user can connect wireless mouse and keyboard to it. Wifi is also made available to connect to the local network.

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Project Ophelia is manufactured on the Dell Wyse pocket cloud which is already being operated on millions of devices. Its function is to let the user access files and application on the computer. It also supports cloud based apps which is a growing need these days. PC World says that Dell is intending to demonstrate Project Ophelia on a 19- and 55-inch screen at the Citrix Synergy conference (CSI) to see what time of screen resolution it has to offer.

The device includes 8 GB of internal storage and a microSD card slot for added memory. Powering this thumb sized pc is a SoC with two Cortex-A9 cores clocked at 1.6 GHz, and Android 4.1.2 “Jelly Bean.” OS.

The first shipment in July will be provided to the developers that want to write android apps for the device. In august, to the cable operators and telecom companies. In the end this unique gadget will be offered to the consumers on their website.

It will be offered at a cost of around $100.

Source: PC World | News Archive