Mini PC invasion: These radically tiny computers fit in the palm of your hand.

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Mini PC invasion: These radically tiny computers fit in the palm of your hand

The PC goes ultra-portable

Some of today’s desktops can make even the sleekest of laptops seem downrightbulky.

Computers have been shrinking for years, and the revolution has only accelerated in recent times. As chipmakers focus on creating processors that sip power without sacrificing performance, thermal concerns have largely been alleviated in modern CPUs. Because of that, today’s pint-sized PCs offer enough performance to play HD video and satisfy Office jockeys, the opposite of the janky, compromised experience of yesteryear’s microcomputers.

From PCs-on-a-stick to discreet boxes no larger than a deck of cards, let’s take a look at the wide range of computers available that can fit in the palm of your hand—starting with the one that embedded teeny-tiny PCs in the public eye.
Some of the popular brand in west.

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Editor’s note: This article originally published on April 17, 2015 but has been updated as new models and information became available.

Now the twist is in India’s startup with a concept of make in India and pool the bridge between technology and a middle man, who is equally in need of future progress as another people on the face of the earth 😉
It’s VD.
Yes…VD.
LOOK AT ITS PRODUCTS.

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I am very much curious about the upcoming products..sources say they are timeless !!

I know many of you are too curious to learn more about VD of India.
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