Dell Project Ophelia


Project Ophelia is rumored to the codename for Dell’s USB size PC featuring Google’s Android OS. In size, it is about the size of large USB pen drive. The PC market is in decline and Dell thinks that Android on USB drive is the future of computing. The Ophelia device plugs into a HDMI or MHL port on a TV or monitor and turns it into a fully functional desktop PC. It is powered by Rockchip RK3066 processor and 1GB RAM. For connectivity, it supports Bluetooth, HDMI or MHL port, USB 2.0 and Wifi 802.11 b/g/n. The Ophelia device will come pre-installed with the Google’s latest Android OS. It can connect to web via Wifi and can run just about any cloud based applications from Google. It can also connect to Dell’s Wyse PocketCloud, which can be used to run a virtual desktop environment. The Ophelia device can’t run Microsoft’s…

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