Splendo: A New PC-On-A-Stick Device

Splendo: A New PC-On-A-Stick Device

Splendo – This is the first PC on a stick by iBall. The newest PC on a stick is powered by Windows OS. A product in collaboration with iBall and Microsoft is officially available to consumers.

 

SPLENDO FEATURES

 The compact and affordable PC-on-a-stick device has the capability to convert TV monitor into a fully functional PC. Packed along with it which can be use immediately after purchase is a wireless deskset that includes a mouse and a keyboard. To enable computing with the TV monitor the device needs to be plug in into the HDMI input on the TV

 This is a cool way and another means to use your TV monitor, since the device can convert that screen into a regular PC.

 

INTERNAL COMPONENTS

 The pocketable device houses an Intel Atom quad core processor. It fully runs with Windows 8.1 and has a 2 GB RAM with 32GB in-built memory.

 As mentioned, the device can turn TV screen into a regular PC. You can run it – complete with features including HD graphics, multi-channel digital audio, a micro SDXC slot, Normal USB port, Micro USB port, Wi-Fi and in-built Bluetooth 4.0. More to the design of this stick, it is fanless with a one year product warranty.

 When the TV screen turned into a PC it can now be used for work not limited to checking emails. You can also create, edit and send documents. When in travel the device comes handy because of its size. Anywhere you are if you need to do computing the device is the answer for foe ease and convenience. Instead of carrying a laptop you can opt to carry this small device. Other than work related purposes. The Splendo can also be used for watching videos in YouTube, browse photos and even play mobile games on the bigger screen.

 

THE iBall

 The company that collaborated with Microsoft to launch the Splendo is a privately held Electronics company called iBall. This company imports not just computer parts but also other devices such as smartphones and tablets. The first product released by iBall is the computer mouse way back in September 2001. As to date the company already manufactures 21 different kinds of products.

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