InFocus has introduced the Kangaroo, a portable battery powered PC that runs on Windows 10 operating system with a price tag of $99 (approximately Rs 6,400). It will be sold via Newegg and will be available at Microsoft Stores by the mid November. The company called Kangaroo as “the world’s smallest personal, powerful, portable PC.”
The speciality of this device is that it can transformed into a fully-functioning Windows 10 desktop PC as soon as it is attached to a screen, keyboard and monitor or iPad.
Moving on to its specifications, this pocket sized PC features a Black Satin aluminium finish, powered by a Intel Cherry Trail SOC coupled with 2GB of RAM. It comes with an internal storage of 32GB which can be further expandable upto 32GB of eMMC storage via a microSDXC card.
The handset has a dimensions of 124 mm tall, 80.5mm wide and is 12.9mm thick and weighs just 200 grams.
The battery under the hood, which the company claims that it can offer four hours of talk time ‘casual use’. This miniature PC also sports a Micro-USB port for charging and supports connectivity options such as Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.0 wireless.
“Consumers own many different devices including tablets, laptops and desktop PCs. Each device is used in different locations for different purposes. Kangaroo is the first product to allow you to use the same PC for all applications, in any environment, Unlike stick PCs and other pocket PCs, Kangaroo works with all of your existing devices and can be docked at home or tossed in your bag to use anywhere, powering and providing Windows 10 access on the go” said InFocus’ marketing boss Lawrence Yen.
One advice for those who have not used these small shaped windows devices is that, don’t expect this device to manage high end tasks such as graphics intensive games. It should be able to perform web browsing, play casual games, and watch full-HD video files without any delay, however.