Talk about packing light. It seems like everyone in the digital markets is awake at 3 a.m., strategizing a means to miniaturize everything. And while “mini” isn’t always the best option, Chinavision followed suit with yesterday's USB-based media trend. They really deserve a round of applause for this one!
Yesterday, September 8, 2015, marked the launch of a new “mini.” Chinavision announced the launch of the MoreFine M1 device. The MoreFine M1 is a dual boot PS stick, running both Windows 10 and Android 4.4. This tiny little computer runs off of Intel’s Atom Z3735F CPU and has 2GB of internal RAM. While many companies are attempting to capitalize off of the “USB-stick craze,” Chinavision has made it possible to leave the laptop when traveling from hotel to hotel in the growing global community, eliminating costs for carryon luggage and the risk of losing proprietary information through theft or misplacing laptop bags.
While mirroring mobile devices with Android capabilities to the big screen is already a possibility, Chinavision has now eliminated the cord. A perfect gift for the traveling business professional and college student, the MoreFine device is reportedly much smaller than competitors in the digital realm, which include the MeeGoPad T02, Lenovo computers, and Intel devices. Because of size convenience and the fact that this device has both Windows 10 and Android 4.4 environments on board, there is a clear distinction amongst competitors when it comes to giving the “biggest bang for the buck.” Not only are they competitively priced, but they also include onboard MicroSD for 64GB capabilities, cloud storage, and the ability to utilize the same exact apps and software that one might find on a full-sized computer unit. This could very well come in handy for the “Mac star” who needs to occasionally access a PC-based program for work purposes.
Not only does this device come in handy for the traveling professional and college student, but conference rooms and seminars will never be the same again. Eliminating the computer terminal — totally — the MoreFine M1 can be quickly plugged into any HDMI port for on-the-go and even spur-of-the-moment presentations. Self-sufficient, this device even has great Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing it to connect to the Internet seamlessly. With a similar Bluetooth connection and OTG and USB ports, the end-user can connect a number of devices directly to it for a full-sized PC experience.
The best thing about this device is that it can be hidden and tucked away in the case of a jealous spouse, rambunctious toddler, or potential crime spree, saving time, headaches, and money in all the ways we have been burdened by its predecessors in the past.
Jessica N. Abraham-Hogan is the owner of Shorty Produkshins and an Internet Marketing professional, specializing in Social Branding and Public Relations. She has been a part of multiple International projects in both Entertainment Business and Professional Services industries. She often works with major marketing firms and job search sites under NDA in lending valuable insight to clientele, whether it includes hands-on project development or the crafting of a roadmap for a brand's awareness strategy. Find her online here. @sp_brand_social
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