Microsoft shows a PC adapter




Microsoft showed at Computex a mini-PC adapter. The computer plug of the Taiwanese company Quanta fits into a socket and is connected to a monitor via HDMI. In addition, the adapter has a USB 3.0 port and Bluetooth.

If the adapter is connected to a monitor, the operation can proceed further through Microsoft’s assistant Cortana via a Bluetooth headset or remote control. Besides the fact that it is a different approach to a mini-computer, such as the Intel Compute Stick or Google Chromecast missing further details about the hardware. Microsoft demonstrated the device at Computex as a device where the operating system runs on Windows 10, writes Betanews.

Quanta Computer is a computer manufacturer to a multitude of computer hardware and consumer electronics and one of the largest odm ‘s in the world. It builds normally no devices under its own name. It is therefore unclear whether the adapter in this form ever reaching the market and what it has to cost.


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