Multi-touch interfaces for playing games and browsing the Web
OCOSMOS, a provider of consumer electronics and offerings, has unveiled the smallest personal computer and gaming device – the OCS1 Tiny Computer (TC) – for both business and gaming mobile PC markets.
The OCS1 TC is a family of Tablet PCs that are powered by Intel’s next generation Atom platform codenamed ‘Oak Trail’, running Windows 7, and capable of running the demanding online PC games, MMORPG, 3D, productivity and social networking applications.
The company said that the new handheld mobile device has the power of a PC while its OMOS Key user interface enhances the ease and speed of tasks and games performed on a laptop or desktop.
In addition, the new offerings intuitive control mechanism has multi-touch interfaces for playing games and browsing the Web.
The new mobile device enables PC-based games and applications, with its OMOS interface, 5inch TFT capacitive touch screen, QWERTY keyboard, connectivity over Wi-Fi, WiMax, detachable HSDPA, Bluetooth, GPS, and USB 2.0 HS.
The company claims the device is ideal for running the social networking games and communities.
The OCS1 TC delivers a new platform of tiny PC technology that benefits both business users and the gaming public, while its OMOS Key interface overcomes the limitations of existing mobile devices with an innovative OMOS Key interface.
The new OCS1 specifications include Intel Oak Trail platform; up to 64GB of solid-state storage; Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity; 1024 x 600 pixel resolution capacitive touch screen; a microphone for video chat sessions; Windows 7 OS; 1GB of RAM installed, upgradable to 2GB; and microSD Memory Card Expansion Slots.
OCOSMOS general manager marketing Jay-Hun Kim said the TC is a revolution in mobile culture, 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 company said that the OCS1 TC will be available in North America late in H1 2011, and will later be available in Korea and other global markets.