Taiwanese manufacturer Via Technologies has unveiled the APC, an Android-based 'pocket PC' to rival the Raspberry Pi.
Like the Pi, APC is designed to connect to a TV/monitor. Unlike the Pi, which runs GNU/Linux system software, the APC features a custom build of Android.
“APC brings the familiarity and convenience of Android to the PC at a $49 (£31) price point that will open up exciting new markets and applications,” said Richard Brown, VP of marketing, VIA Technologies. “Like a bicycle for your mind, APC will enable more people than ever before to explore the vast online universe.”
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