iBall Splendo: This PC-on-a-stick will turn your TV into a computer

iBall Splendo PC-on-a-stick is powered by the Intel Atom quad-core processor and runs Windows 8.1 OS.

By: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 20, 2015 7:36 pm
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Microsoft India along with iBall today introduced Splendo, a compact and affordable PC-on-a-stick device that can convert a TV into a fully functional PC. Priced at Rs 8,999, it includes a wireless deskset (mouse and keyboard), all the user has to do is plug the device into the HDMI input on the TV for a complete Windows PC experience.

The iBall Splendo is a compact device that can fit neatly into pockets. It is powered by the Intel Atom quad-core processor, runs Windows 8.1 and has a 2 GB RAM with 32GB in-built memory. When connected to a TV, through its HDMI male plug, the device can turn the TV into a PC – complete with features including HD graphics, multi-channel digital audio, a micro SDXC slot, Normal USB port, Micro USB port, Wi-Fi and in-built Bluetooth 4.0. The device has a fanless design and comes with a one-year warranty.

The fully functional PC set-up can be used for work, such as checking emails and document editing. It can be carried along while traveling on work as a replacement for the laptop. It can also be used for entertainment purposes, surfing through YouTube/videos, browsing photos and play games on TV.

iBall Splendo will be available for sale beginning of July across the country.

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