The tiny Hannspree Micro-PC device turns any display into a Windows 8 PC

Entatech introduces the smallest computer on the market

Distributor Entatech has added the Hannspree Micro-PC to its product portfolio.

This computer promises a full PC experience delivered from a ten-centimetre USB key.

The Micro PC (which claims to be the smallest PC in the market) is currently available through Entatech and features a Quad-Core Intel Atom processor and a high speed, high bandwidth 2GB of DDR3 RAM, transforming any display into a Windows 8 computer.

The CPU also boasts Intel HD graphics, ultra-smooth HD video playback and is armed with 32GB of eMMC internal memory enabling users to store music, videos, apps, data and more on the tiny device.

Paul Oliver, retail, solutions and displays channel manager at Entatech, commented: “We are very exited to be introducing this product to our portfolio. This is the future of computing, and is a technology that is going to be high in demand by end users over the coming 12 months.”

It even offers external expansion via the USB, plus a Micro-SD slot for add-ons and upgrades and can support up to an extra 64GB or storage.

Oliver continued: “We have established a fantastic relationship with Hannspree since we launched with them in November last year and I am more than confident that our relationship will continue to flourish through the acquisition and promotion of their tablets, smartphones and the Micro-PC to our reseller database.”

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