A company based out of Finland has invented a computer that might just challenge Apple and Windows for their market share.
It’s called the Solu, a PC that fits in your pocket measuring just 10cm by 10cm that can easily connect to a bigger screen and traditional keyboard, lets you browse through apps and windows using just a swipe here or there, and automatically backs up all of your data to cloud-based storage.
If you’re thinking it’s a concept that couldn’t possibly gain any traction, think again. The company, headed by founder Kristoffer Lawson, has surpassed its original goal to raise €200,000 via its Kicksarter campaign, reaching €219,543 (about CAD$311,000) so far.
Take a glance at the promotional video for the device and see for yourself just how it works:
The functionality of it appears to be on par with both the power and versatility offered by modern tablets and computers. There is however one particular challenge with the device being so small and powerful: the deviceRead More »from Can a pocket-sized computer challenge Apple and Microsoft for market dominance?