Ockel is back with a Indiegogo campaign for a new tiny computer called the Sirius A, a Windows 10 device along with phone-like specs but all the ports you’d expect from a PC. It is basically a compact desktop with a wedge-shaped design, a 6 inch touchscreen on the top, and an Intel Atom Cherry Trail processor.
Ockel Sirius A Design:
The Ocker Sirius A (believed to be the new Windows 10 PC) is extremely portable only measuring 85mm by 150mm. Ocker Sirius A also sports a well-tapered design starting with 20mm wide on the ports side and becoming slimmer to mere 6mm at the front.
The Ockel Sirius A looks a lot like the Gole1 mini PC. But Ockel’s model has a faster processor, a bigger and higher-resolution display, and faster WiFi, among other things. It costs a lot more.
Ockel Sirius A Features:
The device is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand but is as powerful as a desktop PC. Under the hood, it gets powered by an Intel Atom processor bundled with 4GB of RAM. Other key specifications include a 6-inch full HD touchscreen display, 2 USB 3.0 ports, USB Type-C port, an Ethernet port, along with both HDMI and Display ports.
Juicing up the device is a 3,000 mAh battery that can offer a backup of around 4 hours. Other connectivity options on the phone include Bluetooth and Wi-Fi 802.11. The Ockel Sirius A comes with 64GB of internal flash storage, which is further expandable up to 2TB via microSD slot.
It does feature a unique Switch Mode that would turn the screen into a mouse and keyboard combo when the mini-PC is connected to an external screen, it much like Continuum for phones does on Windows Mobile.
Ockel Sirius A Price:
It’ll reportedly be priced at $699 when it starts shipping in May 2017. This new extremely portable Windows 10 PC can also be pre-ordered for a discounted price of $549