Project Ophelia Is Ready For Beta Testing

As you may know, the Ophelia Project is a small USB stick, developed by Dell, with an HDMI adapter and an input USB port, in order to connect a HDMI monitor/tv, mouse and keyboard and use it as a PC, running with Android.

The device uses the ARM-architecture, similar to Raspberry Pi or Cubox, and is ready for beta testing. Dell are the first developers that build laptops and other mini devices with Android.

The Ophelia Project is ideal for connecting remote to other computers, with TeamViewer or other similar services. Like Google’s Chromecast, the USB mini-computer from Dell brings to a normal TV the features of a Smart TV.

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