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Posted by on Sep 14, 2012 in PC |

Motorola has a desktop computer with Android

Motorola has a desktop computer with Android

When the first model of the smartphone Motorola Atrix with operating system, the mobile phone giant surprised us with the release of a special base for this terminal shaped laptop, its “Laptop-dock”, also known as “Lapdock “which allowed mobile convert a complete computer. Today, Motorola goes further and presents a desktop operating system Android that works without a mobile.

This computer looks like one an “all-in-one” or “All-in-one”, and performance midrange pretty decent, but more closely resemble those of a smartphone to a computer as such. His model is the Motorola HMC3260 and so far only been confirmed for the Chinese market.

desktop Features

  • 18.5-inch LED display with touch resolution of 1366×768 pixels.
  • Dualcore processor ARM Cortex A8 at 1 GHz
  • 1 GB RAM.
  • Internal storage capacity of 4 GB expandable via MicroSD.
  • Integration of TV and video with your own application.
  • Internet access via WiFi.
  • Android version 2.3.4 Gingerbread.

On your operating system, although Android has a specially designed interface to function as computer.

Certainly this device is closer to being a tablet (even if one of enormous size) than a full-fledged computer, but Motorola’s commitment is to provide a computer all in one economy (although the price is not known to be), for emerging markets such as China, so if it were to be sold in other countries, will surely be in the lower income.

However, this approach is interesting and perhaps experiment by Moto, especially after Google announced its little or no interest in Android to become a desktop system, so the contradiction in presenting the HMC3260 confuses a bit.

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