Dell develops a new computer, isn't sure what to call it

01/23/2013 | Computerworld

Dell plans to introduce a computing device this year that resembles a USB stick, code-named Project Ophelia. Priced at less than $100, the Android-based device is expected to have Bluetooth/Wi-Fi capability and come with Dell Wyse's PocketCloud application for remote access. The product will plug into a monitor or television set with a Mobile High Definition Link and has USB ports for connecting a keyboard and a mouse.

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