Pocket-Sized Kangaroo PC Runs On Windows 10 And Retails For Just $99
It’s a desktop that fits right in your pocket. The Kangaroo PC is being hailed as the smallest and most portable desktop in the world. And of course, it is running on the relatively new Windows 10.Advertisement
The Kangaroo PC is being described as the “modern solution for the classic computer.” It is everything your typical desktop is not. It’s thin, it’s lightweight (just 200g), it’s versatile and you can take it just about anywhere. What’s more, this compact desktop is incredibly powerful, utilizing the latest Intel Atom x5 Z8500 Processor that boasts a fanless design and very quiet performance. Meanwhile, the 64-bit Windows 10 operating system it is using allows users to go from desktop to tablet mode interchangeably. Moreover, you can get a lot of work done in the Kangaroo with 4 hours of battery life.
When you need to get work done, you need to connect the Kangaroo to any existing monitor you may already be using. Then just connect your keyboard and mouse to get started. At home, you can also connect your Kangaroo to your TV to enjoy your own video collection or even stream online movies.
The Kangaroo Mobile Desktop was created by a company called InFocus. The company specializes in visual communications, and their other products include touchscreen solutions, projectors, display walls, video meetings and several communication endpoint devices. It seems the Kangaroo is the company’s first foray into building a desktop.
You can order your own Kangaroo Mobile Desktop at the Microsoft Store where it is currently retailing for $99. The thing is, you may have to wait a while before you can receive it, as the smallest desktop in the world is currently out of stock.