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Monday, October 26, 2015

Solu: Pocket Computer

Solu: the Finnish pocket computer that wants to take over the world

Three Ambitious Engineers from Finland are Bidding to Change Personal Computing with a New Portable Computer and Operating System

Olivia Solon | October 16, 2015

Personal computers, says entrepreneur Kristoffer Lawson, haven’t changed much in 20 years. It’s still a box, a screen and, if you’re using a desktop, a keyboard.

Your content is automatically stored in a multi-GB local cache of the Solu cloud. Source:
But Lawson thinks that the era of cloud computing deserves its own kind of computing device. Portable, but more powerful than a mobile, designed to be plugged into any desktop screen and with a new kind of operating system that connects more fluidly to your contacts. And at a launch in San Francisco on 15 October, that’s what Lawson and the rest of the Solu team unveiled.

<more at; related links: (Solu Rethinks the Idea of a Personal computer & Builds a Beautiful Cloud Device. October 19, 2015) and (Some Finnish Engineers Would Like You To Put This Tiny Square Computer In Your Pocket. October 22, 2015)>

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