The idea of computers and other tech devices getting smaller and smaller isn’t exactly anything new, but tiny pocket sized PC’s are. Welcome Amplicity, which is a computer device that allows you to take all of your data with you and is small enough to fit in your pocket. The new tech device was introduced at CES this past week, and looks to be a huge innovation in 2015.
The Amplicity PC is a modular device that can store data, pictures, songs, spreadsheets, and any other type of conventional PC data. The accompanied dock allows you to transform the modular device into a traditional desktop computer. Once docked, users can connect an optional keyboard, mouse, and monitor.
Ideal for professional and personal use, the Amplicity modular PC truly simplifies life and comes with many enhanced features. Standard features will include many top software PC programs including Windows, Adobe, and Office pre-installed. Also complimentarily are 1 TB of cloud storage which will allow the storage and transfer of even more data.
The Amplicity modular PC is expected to launch by the middle of 2015 and will come in two different variants. The first option is a standard model and will feature a subscription based service. For a total of 6 months and will cost $99, users can enjoy all of the Amplicity features with no future obligations. At the end of the 6 month term, users will then have the option of upgrading or discontinuing the service all-together. The premium Amplicity PC can be purchased without any monthly term for a total of $399.
The Amplicity PC specs for the standard model will include an Intel Atom processor, 2 GB RAM, and will have internal memory. The premium Amplicity PC will Intel M Core processor and will be much faster and will be more efficient with battery consumption.