Foxconn plans small-sized Ultra Nano PC

Foxconn plans small-sized Ultra Nano PC

Foxconn, the Chinese manufacturer of various OEM hardware devices, including the famous iPhone smartphone, has shared plans of a new ultra small-sized desktop PC that will be known as Ultra Nano PC.

The name of the device clearly emphasizes its small size – according to Foxconn the device will measure just 125 x 125 x 13 mm. The Ultra Nano PC will be based on an Intel Atom Bay Trail Z3735 processor at 1.33 GHz (1.86 GHz Turbo) and will have Intel HD Graphics with support for DirectX 11, 2 GB DDR3L memory, an internal SSD with 64 GB of capacity, a SD/SDHC/SDXC card slot, Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11n Wi-Fi, a HDMI port and a 3.5 mm audio jack. The computer needs just 10 watts of power and uses passive cooling.

The upcoming Foxconn Ultra Nano PC will be capable of running Windows 8.1, Linux Ubuntu and Google Android. The price of the device is unknown as of now.

Source: Foxconn

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