While taking a stroll around the AMD tent I found a tiny PC about to launch on the market called Tango: a pocket sized PC that boasts AMD APU Technology. Fitting inside the palm of your hand, this little stylish PC is about the size of a small external hard drive and will come with a docking station. Impressive is the fact it has decent CPU and graphics capability suitable for light gaming in such a small package thanks to its A6 APU. It is also more than capable for office systems as well. With a proprietary cooling setup via the docking station the Tango was only warm to the touch while gaming at the AMD booth. It offers a very powerful and capable PC with the ability to clear clutter. Needless to say, we will be looking to see if this project comes though. Pre-orders can be made though http://tangopc.com/. Pat and I were so impressed we joined the campaign on the spot.
If you’re concerned about the small drive/RAM capacities– the housing opens with two Philips screws and the mSATA and RAM are easily swappable.
|AMD A6-5200 Quad Core 2GHZ 25 watts, with integrated GCN GPU HD8400
|SODIMM DDR3-1600 socket x1 (from 2GB to 8GB). Laptop RAM
|SATA III mSATA SSD Socket x1. (from 32GB to 512GB or higher)
|Any laptop PC compatible OS is expected to run on Tango (Windows 7, 8 Pro, Linux flavors, Chrome, Unix, etc). Windows 7 and 8 Pro will be certified to run.
|125mm X 80mm X 13.5mm
|135mm X 135mm X 27mm
|1x HDMI, 3x USB 2.0, 1x USB3.0, RJ45, internal WiFi, AV jack, DC 12V jack
|60W, 110-270V input.
– See more at: http://tangopc.com/specifications/#sthash.Wo6z2ieT.dpuf