Dell has finally launched its Android-based mini-PC designed to connect to a display via HDMI. It was previously known as "Project Ophelia" and now is being sold as the Wyse Cloud Connect for $129.
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Beta testers are in the process of receiving Dell's tiny computer, formally known as 'Wyse'. The device runs Android 4.1 and could be available in only a matter of months, should testing go well.
According to a new report, Dell's Ophelia mini-computer could be on the market as soon as July. There's no word on price or specifications, but Dell is keen to market the product towards businesses.