Dell might squash these small outfits in a few shorts months

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Dell might squash these small outfits in a few shorts months

Postby thePCisDead » Sat Feb 02, 2013 1:26 pm ... ger-211031 ... 000009542/

Key benefits of Project Ophelia:

Enables instant and secure access to your personal cloud, entertainment, work content and applications wherever there is an available capable display (using a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse), including a wide variety of Dell flat-panel displays.

Integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth facilitates access and communication.

Built on the Android 4 OS to support Web browsing, social networking, media playback and Android Apps with a possibility to extend to other services.

Securely connects to Windows desktops and applications running on back-end systems from all leading infrastructure providers including Citrix, Microsoft and VMware.

Flexibly powered zero-battery device gets power from the attached display monitor via its MHL interface to the monitor’s MHL port, or separately via its own USB interface. No batteries to charge or change.

Remembers settings for each individual to enhance usability.

Compatible with many existing Dell Wyse thin clients and software products.

Managed by Dell Wyse Cloud Client Manager software-as-a-service (SaaS) which can ensure the device is being used by the appropriate person with the right permissions and access to apps and content based on role, department, and location.

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Re: Dell might squash these small outfits in a few shorts mo

Postby PeterNoTail » Sun Feb 03, 2013 11:29 pm

Sounds interesting... except for the whole cloud stuff, which is a bit of a turn off for me.
They might squash some of the smaller outfits, given their name recognition and the larger market penetration Dell has, but i hope not. I've got a Minix NeoG4 and, aside from only having only 1 usb port (easily fixed with a hub), no bluetooth and its adequate wifi reception that needs improvement, i'm extremely satisfied with the product and have highly recommended it to family & friends.
And, let's face it, whatever Dell comes out with, companies in China will most likely offer pretty much the same-- if not better-- and for less.

Android sticks are definitely the way to go though, and Dell should sell a ton of these if the price is $50-100.

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