Microsoft launches first PC-on-a-stick device with iBall Splendo

Microsoft announces launch of its first PC-on-a-stick device, the iBall Splendo, priced at Rs. 8,999

Published Date
18 - Jun - 2015
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19 - Jun - 2015
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Microsoft launches first PC-on-a-stick device with iBall Splendo

Microsoft, in collaboration with iBall, has announced the launch of its first PC-on-a-stick device, the iBall splendoWhere to buy 7400. This will allow users to plug the device into a TV’s HDMI port and convert it into a fully functional PC. The iBall Splendo is bundled with a wireless keyboard and mouse unit, and priced at Rs. 8,999.

Specification wise, the iBall splendoWhere to buy 7400 features an Intel Atom quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of inbuilt memory and is pre-loaded with Windows 8.1. It will also include Intel HD graphics, microSDXC card slot, USB and micro-USB ports, multi-channel digital audio, and WiFi and Bluetooth v4.0 connectivity.

Vineet Durani, Director of Windows Business Group, Microsoft India, has said that the iBall splendoWhere to buy 7400 is for “tech enthusiasts who love gadgets, have access to multiple TVs at home, love the Smart TV experience and use Windows for browsing, social networking and multimedia consumption.” The device will be capable of carrying out regular work like checking mails and editing documents. It will also be able to browse videos and photographs, and play games on the TV.

The small dimension of the iBall splendoWhere to buy 7400 means that it will fit easily into a pocket. Microsoft and iBall look to replace laptops at workplace with this device that is capable of providing a computing option at a video conference room. Sandeep Parasrampuria, Director of iBall, claims that “the Splendo delivers the performance, cost and size that users’ need while efficiently meeting their computing needs anywhere and at any time.”

The iBall splendoWhere to buy 7400 will be available for sale all over the country by beginning of July, across numerous IT and TV retail channels.

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