Smartphones are proof that advancing nanotechnology is necessary, which once split into many devices, now fits in the palm of your hand. Computers, which once occupied rooms of tens of square meters in the past decades, are now made to small sizes, and companies are working to further reduce their size. The iLife company is introducing the iLife MP8, displayed alongside other products at the Global Sources Electronics Fair 2019.
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The video below, made by Notebook Italia, shows the mini computer fitting into the presenter's palm. Size measurements have not been released, but it is possible to see that it is really small, standing at a measurement close to 5 x 5 x 5 centimeters.
Like the small product, much of its body is made up of the ports: HDMI, USB Type C, two USB 3.0 ports, one MicroSD card and a single 3.5mm audio input. There is no signal from a power connector.
The small computer can become a simple solution for those who need a laptop to take to their vacation home, travel or even take up little space in case. Even small, it has no such simple specifications and should be able to fulfill basic navigation tasks, including Netflix and other streaming platforms. The mini computer has a four core Intel Celeron N4100 with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
To ensure that the computer does not overheat, it also has a fan with air vents on the sides of one model and the top of another. Its simple design, the power button is on one side by itself and, although not yet weighted, seems light.
Source: Italia Notebook