OCOSMOS shows off OCS1 ‘Tiny Computer’
Device is designed to run demanding online PC games, runs off Intel’s Oak Trail platform
Young Korean consumer electronics company, OCOSMOS Co, Ltd has launched what it calls "The world's smallest personal computer and gaming device", the OCS1 Tiny Computer (TC).
The OCSI tablet PC runs on Intel's next generation Atom platform, codenamed "Oak Trail", with the Windows 7 operating system.
OCOSMOS says the device is able to run even the most demanding online PC games, MMORPG, 3D, productivity and social networking applications.
"The TC is a revolution in mobile culture," said OCOSMOS general manager, marketing, Jay-Hun Kim. "With its powerful Intel Atom processor, the OCS1 is positioned to win against other portable gaming consoles on the market, not to mention PCs, and users will find fast 2D and 3D image editing compelling."
The device features a five-inch capacitive touch screen, a QWERTY keyboard and connectivity via Wi-Fi, detachable HSDPA and Bluetooth. The device also has GPS and USB 2.0.
The OCS1 Tiny Computer has stereo sound, gyroscope, and full internet browsing capabilities.
"OCS1 is the world's first TC that provides the same experience of playing online games as on a PC," said Eu-jin Oh, president of OCOSMOS. "Users will love the TC's capabilities, ease of use, power, and mobility."
The OCS1 has 64GB of solid state storage, a 1.3MP front-mounted camera and 3.1MP rear-mounted camera, 1GB of RAM installed, upgradeable to 2GB. There are also right and left gaming keys on either side of the screen and microSD memory card expansion slots.
"The Intel Atom processor is designed to deliver high performance and ultra low power across a range of connected mobile devices," said Rene Torres, director of marketing for Intel's Notebook and Tablet Group. "The OCS1, developed by OCOSMOS, represents a good example of what is possible with Intel's upcoming Oak Trail platform."
The OCOSMOS OCS1 TC will be available in North America in mid-2011.