Think of the possiblitiies: you plug it into your TV, PC monitor, or whatever and you turn it into a PC without having a PC. Turn any monitor anywhere into a computing device. Why have consoles or gaming PCs?
- Have the best of both with a device the size of a thumb-drive.
- Need more processing? , pay an extra few bucks a month for more processing power.
- Need more cloud space? Rent some more.
An always-up-to-date, ever expandable, 100% portable, fully functioning "computer" for $100.
If this thing works as advertised, it could be the biggest leap in home tech (especially gaming tech) in a long time.
Here's the link: http://www.zdnet.com/dells-project-ophelia-might-be-my-favorite-gadget-at-ces-7000009542/#prclt-i2iEimSr