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Panache Air PC goes on sale in Kenya in October

Wednesday 30 September 2015 | 09:16 CET | News
The world's smallest and lightest pocket computer, the Air PC by Panache, is due to go on sale in Kenya in October. Panache CEO Manoj Nair said the device will retail at KES 20,000, the Daily Nation reported. It is four inches long and one can connect it to one's monitor or TV, keyboard and mouse. It is powered by Windows 10 and an Intel Quadcore Processor. The CPU comes with a one-year replacement warranty, 32 GB internal storage, expandable storage of up to 128 GB, supports Wi-Fi 802.11, Bluetooth 4.0; HDMI, has a Micro USB, as well as a USB 2.0 port.

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