Motorola might be one of the last brands that come to mind considering desktop computing, but it doesn’t mean they can’t come boasting up new technologies. In case, you were willing to kick the Android screen size up a notch, Googorola has the solution.
Now that Google owns the Motorola, the company poured up its Android OS with new innovation. That said; Motorola just has unveiled an Android-powered Desktop, dubbed HMC3260, in China.
The new Motorola Android PC ‘HMC3260’ hosts all sorts of home entertainment content, as it already grabs the “home entertainment terminal” title. Bringing an 18.5-inch LED touchscreen on your desk, the new PC can play TV shows, movies, play games, browse the web, and otherwise run Android apps.
In addition, Motorola has also partnered up with a cloud service provider called WASU to load this thing up with content. Head down over the following quick spec run-down.
- 18.5-inch LED display (1366×768 @ 60Hz, 16:9 widescreen)
- ARM Cortex A8 1GHz processor
- 1GB of RAM
- 4GB of flash memory
- Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread
- TV and video client and integration
No words on pricing and availability yet, but we will do a follow up post for sure regards additional details. Stay tuned.
Source – Motorola