OCS1, The World’s First TC (Tiny Computer)

Posted by at 6:09 am on September 16, 2010

There is always some demo at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF2010), which will just wow the audience. This year ‘s presentation on OCS1, the World’s First TC (Tiny Computer) was it.

OCS1 is a collaboration between Ocosmos, Intel, and AT&T. OCS1 is 4.8 inches in size, Wi-Fi enabled, and equipped with a detachable HSDPA for wireless communication.

But here is the kicker, it can play PC  games!!  

OCS1 has been garnering attention from the industry for several reasons. First, it is equipped with OMOS Interface, an integrated controller developed by Ocosmos, where a few buttons can serve functions of a keyboard and a mouse, on top of the touch screen interface and QWERTY keyboard. Second, OCS1 is enabled by Intel’s Oaktrail chip, which has a PC level capacity. Finally, OCS1 operates on Windows 7 instead of a mobile OS such as Android. Therefore, users can enjoy computer games such as Starcraft, WoW and other 3-D games on the mobile device.   The strategic relationship with AT&T was done so that users can play online games such as Starcraft and WoW on the mobile device via AT&T’s Wi-Fi networks.

It is unprecedented that Intel provides a start-up company with its most advanced chip for the first time. It shows that Intel believes in the potentials of Ocosmos’ technology and OCS1. Also, a mobile mouse spider function developed by Ocosmos and a camera allow quality web search and game services.

Eu-jin Oh, President of Ocosmos, said, “OCS1 is the world’s first TC that provides the same experience of playing online games on TC” and “young generation will fall in love with the TC capable beyond any smart phone.”

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