If you remember, we published an interesting news about an emulator software that could let you run Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich on your very Windows PC. And really, it was a fun experiencing Android on the wide screen of our computer. How would you feel if can use Android OS with which you are so familiar on a huge TV screen or monitor? According to CNet, Dell is working on a new creation, a small USB plug ,which it calls Project Ophelia, that can turn any TV or monitor that supports USB into a computer using Android 4.1.2.
Once plugged to a compatible monitor, you will be able to experience exactly same the interface as you’d expect to see on a regular Android tablet device. The device lets users access locally-stored files, plus it allows for remote access to other desktops and the Google Play store, including apps, movies, and television shows. The plug can store up to 8GB of internal storage, but this can easily be expanded by using the device’s microSD slot. Additionally, you can use PocketCloud to connect to your home computer and access all of your files without over-burdening the internal storage of the plug. It’s really a smart idea.
The Project Ophelia plug runs on a 1.6GHz dual-core Cortex A9 processor and being Google accredited, you will be able to access all the apps from the Google Play Store. The best thing about the story is that it be launched with as low a price as $100. Are you prepared to carry your computer into your pockets!