A few days ago, we were talking about the InFocus Kangaroo, said to be the world’s smallest portable Windows 10 PC, which was announced for a price of just $99. And if you’re looking for another interesting mini-PC, you might be interested in Ockel Sirius B, which has already met its crowdfunding goal on IndieGoGo.

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Ockel Sirius B is compatible with Windows 10 but you can also opt for a version without a pre-installed OS, which obviously is cheaper. The device is the size of a smartphone and weighs around 120 grams, which makes it really lightweight and easy to carry around. It’s also said to be 100% silent due to its fan-free design.

This pocket PC comes with Intel technology, HDMI, Wifi 5.0Ghz, 2 USB ports, a micro SD card slot, audio connection and Flash storage. Sirius B features an attractive white housing with aluminium edges and it has a size close to the smartphone you might own, with the following dimensions – 123 x 79 x 11 mm.

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The Ockel Sirius B is equipped with two USB 2.0 ports, an HDMI port, a Micro SD-card slot and a 3.5mm audio and microphone jack, allowing you to connect a keyboard, mouse, speaker or any other external device. The Wi-Fi and Bluetooth chips will make sure that you can make use of the device without any cables at all.

If you need more space, you can extend the built-in flash storage with a Micro SD-card up to 128GB, or connect your own HDD using one of the two USB-ports. The pocket PC has an Intel Atom Bay-trail quad-core processor, combined with 2GB’s of RAM and an Intel High Definition graphics.

Sirius B is targeting freelancers, keynote speakers, students, business owners, travelers and Netflix lovers, among others. You can get the Ockel Sirius B without an OS for a price of $149 which is said to be only 75% of the future retail price. If you want to get Windows 10, as well, you will have to pay $189. The device should ship to you no later than December 20.

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