While smartphones continue their march to global domination, there’s still a place for a home PC in that computing landscape. Especially if that home PC doesn’t strictly need to stay at home.
Mobility remains key in all of our fast-paced lives, so when even a laptop can be too cumbersome to tout around all day, the allure of a pocket powerhouse like the Ockel Sirius B Windows 10 Pocket PC becomes clear.
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It can do almost anything your home PC can do, it’s infinitely portable, and right now it’s $100 off its regular price at just $249 from TNW Deals.
Just hook up the Sirius B to any HDMI-compatible screen, connect a keyboard and you’ve got a Windows-powered, fully-operational PC ready to rock.
The first concern with most mini-PCs is that also comes with mini-processing capabilities. Not so with the Sirius B. It’s sporting an Intel Atom quad-core processor, 4 GB of RAM and 32GB of flash storage. You’ve also got ports for USB 3.0, USB 2.0, HDMI and Micro SD built in as well as full Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities.
If you’re hitting the road, even just heading across town, this is the perfect tool for projects that a tablet or smartphone just can’t handle.
At only $249 with this limited time offer, it’s even cheap enough to pick up as an impulse buy just to try it out.
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