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Sep 16, 2012

Motorola 18.5” Android Cloud Computer

Motorola has apparently designed and manufactured the world’s first “cloud computer.” The device itself is an ARM powered tablet with a generous 18.5” display that also comes with a wireless mouse and keyboard.

The huge tablet was designed for a Chinese cable TV company and the official naming is Motorola HMC3260. Motorola’s new system is running the famous Android operating system and it is powered by a single-chip solution that’s designed by Freescale. The Freescale i.MX535 is based on ARM’s Cortex A8 architecture and runs at a modest 1 GHz.

The RAM memory is only 1 GB while the storage is handled by 4 GB of flash. Motorola’s HMC3260 sports a touchscreen with a basic 1366 by 768 pixel resolution while the Android version used is not the expected Jelly Bean, but Android 2.3.4. The new system is an interesting concept and we’re eager to see what level of market success it will achieve.

Motorola HMC3260 "Cloud Computer" Powered by ARM and Android
Image credits to ixbt


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