Game Developer of England Create a PC size of a USB stick

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

A game developer from England named David Braden managed to create a PC-sized flash. The form was almost similar to the flash, with two USB ports at the edges.

PCs are sold at a price of $ 25 has a 700 MHz ARM11 processor and 128 MB of RAM is supported. This PC uses Linux as its operating system. In addition, you can also add an SD card slot as a hard disk replacement facility.

How to use it was quite easy. You can just plug the USB port located on the two ends with a monitor and keyboard. So what can be done with a PC this small? Not much indeed, you can use this PC to browse on the internet, open office applications and some other applications.

David Braden was actually a fairly well-known game developers from the UK. Braden is the man who succeeded in creating the game Rollercoaster Tycoon series, Thrillville, Lost Winds, and Kinectimals.


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