The smallest Windows PC was released

Microsoft recently unveiled a new Windows 8.1 computer that is only 11 centimeters and weighs just 46 grams. The new computer is almost identical to a regular USB stick.Microsoft Windows-8-1 USB

The dongle-computer, which brings the concept of portability to an entirely new level, was presented by Microsoft in South Korea and built in cooperation with the Chinese company Daewoo Lucoms.

The device sales will start in May. The new device has fairly decent features, despite its size. It has been designed from the very beginning to be extremely portable and allows you to have a computer with you wherever you go.

Microsoft has not provided exact details about the device's specifications, as the company probably wanted to keep us alive for its release in May.
The photo, however, posted many of the device's features.

First of all, it looks like it will run on an Intel processor and will most likely have 1 to 2 GB of RAM to meet the requirements of Windows 8.1. As you can see for yourself, it also comes with an HDMI port to connect your screen, a USB port that allows you to connect a mouse or a keyboard, a microUSB port for charging or connecting to other devices, and a microSD card slot for more storage space.

As far as USB storage is concerned, the device could easily come with 16 GB or 32 GB, which is enough to install 8.1.

Needless to say, the device should be upgraded to Windows 10 when it is available in the summer.

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Its price and availability in other markets has not been announced.

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