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  • Asus VivoStick, LIVA Q and Raspberry Pi Zero; World Smallest Computer And Pocket PC With Windows OS

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  • A keyboard, mouse and monitor are required to use these computers.
  • It can also be used by direct plug-ins in smart TVs.

Whenever we think about getting a new computer, the first thought comes from the desktop or laptop. However, all-in-one desktops have also arrived in the market now. Which does not have a wire mesh like the normal desktop. You cannot carry the desktop from one place to another. Whereas, a laptop has to be carried with a bag. In such a situation, we are telling you about such a computer which comes in your pocket.

The computers we are talking about are of different design with different companies. You can carry all these easily. However, for these computers you need to take a monitor, keyboard, mouse separately.

1. Asus Vivostic PC
2. Liva Q Mini PC
3. Raspberry Pi Zero w

Let's know about these three pocket PCs. First, Asus starts with Vivostic PC.

1. Asus Vivostic PC

This pocket size PC is used as a dongle. Intel powered PC works on Windows 10 operating system. This PC comes with HDMI extension, USB to micro USB data cable, power adapter and a mount. The length of this stick is 135mm, width 36mm and thickness 16.5mm. For power, it has a micro USB port. It costs Rs 13,450.

VivoStick has USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports. It also has a 3.5mm audio jack. It has an HDMI port on one side, and a power button on the other side. Keyboard and mouse can connect with the device. This device can work by placing it directly into the HDMI port of the TV or monitor.

  • It can be used for presentation, while traveling. It can be directly accessed in the projector.
  • It has 2GB LPDDR3 RAM and 32GB onboard storage with Intel Atom x5-Z8350 quad-core processor.
  • Asus offers 100GB of web storage space for a year with this device.
  • It has WiFi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity for wireless connectivity.
  • The device has pre-installed features like Antivirus, Remote Go, Media Stream, Office, Business Manager.

2. Liva Q Mini PC

The size of this computer is smaller than your palm. That is, it can be carried anywhere in the pocket. It costs Rs 15,500. The LIVA Q is small in size, but has strong hardware. This computer comes with 4GB of RAM. However, its memory is 32GB eMMC. By the way, its memory can be increased with the help of Micro SD card. With this, this computer has an Intel processor.

  • It supports 4K video. That is, 3840 x 2160 pixels of quality video will be easily played on it.
  • It has an HDMI port. This mini computer also has a micro SD card slot with 2 USB ports.
  • It also has connectivity like WiFi, Bluetooth. It has the support of other operating systems with Windows.

3. Raspberry Pi Zero w

The oldest company to make a pocket size PC is Raspberry. Its computers are like a chip. The online price of Raspberry Pi Zero W is around 1500 rupees. These computers are like a chip or motherboard. Which is done by adding a keyboard, mouse, power supply and a TV or monitor. This computer has a window light operating system with Raspberry Pi.

  • A document is stored in the PC by inserting a memory card. For this, it has a micro SD card slot.
  • You can supply power to this computer from your phone's 5V charger.
  • The computer has Google Chrome pre installed. That is, you can do the job of searching on it. You can also play YouTube on it.

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1. Select the product or service on the merchant website / app, select ‘ICICI Bank Internet Banking’ as the payment mode.

 

2. Enter the User ID and Password, select the ‘Convert to EMI’ tab on the Payment Details page.

3. Choose the payment period – Enter the OTP received on the registered mobile number and complete the payment.

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