One of the smallest Windows 10 computers ever made has been funded on the Indiegogo platform, it can be carried in your pocket like a smartphone
Are you looking for a Windows 10 computer so small that it can be carried in a pocket like a regular smartphone? Well, the Mi mini is the device for you. The Mi mini PC is a 5-inch PC that runs on Microsoft's operating system.
The Mi mini PC was created through a project funded on the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo, where it raised $420,000, exceeding the initial budget of 20,000, thanks to the sponsorships of over 5,000 users interested in taking home the mini computer. At the moment on the crowdfunding platform the Mi mini is in a 50% discount phase and costs 149 dollars, just over 120 euros. Included in the price there are also a Bluetooth keyboard, useful in case you want to use Mi mini to type texts and documents rather long. In fact, the computer has a touch screen and for the use of applications does not necessarily require a keyboard, and a power supply for charging the mini PC.
Technical features Mi mini
As mentioned the Mi mini has a 5-inch screen equipped with touchscreen with a resolution of 1,280 x 720 pixels. On board the small computer like a smartphone we find a 128GB SSD memory, 8GB of RAM and an Intel Atom x7-Z8750 2.56GHz processor. Several ports on the device. Including a USB Type C, an HDMI and Ethernet. It can also be connected with a larger device on occasion. The Mi mini also supports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. The battery is 6,000mAh and according to the manufacturers will provide at least six hours of autonomy.
The computer will come, as mentioned, with Windows 10 but will also run Android 5.1. Paying about 15 euros you will be able to request the upgrade to Android 7.0. While for an amount between 20 and 40 euros we will be able to increase the storage space to 256GB or 500GB. Shipments of the Mi mini will start in September 2018.