Dutch startup Ockel thinks that the world will need the six-inch Window 10 desktop computers that are similar to the tablet.
Ockel makes a name in the market for making credit card sizes PCs for peopel who needed to take their desktop with them. Sirius B (and its pro-edition brother) are both hits, popularize the company to build a version. A wedged=shaped device with eight similar ports at the back and touch screen on the top.
Both versions are pitched as full-bodied desktops, with full-size USB (and USB-C), HDMI, DisplayPort and Ethernet jack.4GB RAM / 64GB Storage, while the Pro version runs Windows Pro and packs 8GB RAM/128GB storage.
They will run with the same Intel Atom x7-Z8750 processor. The company will design the battery that will up to four hours at a time.
Ockel’s Nathalie van Wijkvliet said:
it’s not a smartphone, not a tablet and not a PC, but an amalgamation of the three. It’s hoped that the device will be used by doctors on their rounds in a hospital and as a more elegant remote control for a smart home.