Getting away from the traditional dongle format, the iPazzPort Pearl is a mini PC with a twist – it features a remote control charging bay.
According to cnx-software.com, the SY-20-19VC features Rockchip RK3066 dual-core SOC CPU clocking in at 1.6GHz with ARM’s Mali-400 MP4 quad graphics core.
Details of the unit, available at the iPazzPort website, show the iPazzPort ipazzport SY-20-19VC to have 1GB of RAM and 4GB of flash on-board, expandable by standard SD card slot, up to 32GB or via its two type-A USB ports.
There’s excellent connectivity with 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi in addition to its wired RJ45 Ethernet port. Video comes by way of HDMI output.
Unlike most mini PCs, this one features a microphone and speaker so you can use it as a Skype device, but no video camera.
The remote control is double-sided with traditional media controls on one side; a full QWERTY keyboard on the other and recharges via the mini PC itself and a built-in charge dock.
Power is provided via a 5VDC@2A power brick through a DC connector at the rear of the unit.
There are no details on which version of Android it’s running, other than the company saying ‘the latest’. There are also no details on pricing or availability but we expect it to hit the webstores soon.
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