[CES 2015] Just how small will the desktop computer get in the future? I know that there is the Raspberry Pi that takes computing to even smaller levels, but to have a decent desktop experience, one would definitely need to have the right kind of firepower – and the Egreat i5 might just fit the bill perfectly, never mind that there is also the Intel Compute Stick to look out for.
For starters, the Egreat i5 is small. Very small. So small in fact, that it looks as though it is barely thick enough for full-sized USB ports. Within the chassis of the Egreat i5 would be an Intel Bay Trail processor alongside support for either Windows or Android as the operating system of choice. The factory price for the Windows 8.1 with Bing model would stand at $85, which means the eventual street price ought to reside somewhere within the realms of a Benjamin thereabouts.
Other hardware specifications of the Egreat i5 would be an Intel Atom Z3735F quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB of internal memory, a pair of USB ports, a micro USB port a micro HDMI port, alongside audio and microSD memory card slots. Would you want to see something like this grace cubicles at the office in the future?