A Polish firm has revealed their Android based PC inside a mouse. Yes it is a PC in a mouse named as “Mouse-Box”.

Is it a Mouse Or a PC – Well it’s Mouse-Box A PC inside a mouse:

Mouse-Box is fueled by a decent quad core TI OMAP Cortex-A9 Soc Chip at 1.4 GHz along with a whooping storage capacity of 128 GB. Mouse-Box also packs two USB 3.0 ports in front, a micro-HDMI connector, Wi-Fi, an accelerometer, a gyroscope sensor and a battery.

The PC is based inside a conventional mouse with a slight bulky design.

An Israeli organization, Compulab, also came up with a router resembled tiny desktop PC named CompuLab Fitlet which is powered by a Quad Core AMD processor, has 8GB RAM support and offers 64 bit Windows 7 and Windows 8 Operating Systems. CompuLab Fitlet is available for $129 which is the lowest price or you can say starting price, however, it doesn’t includes memory or internal storage in that price tag.

Intel too has recently announced a tiny USB sized PC powered by its Quad core Atom processor called “Intel Compute Stick”. Compute Stick comes in 2 variants one offers Windows and other Linux.


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