This a Strange Computer

It’s Weird, It’s Flexible and It’s Futuristic

With technology becoming more efficient and sophisticated, it now seems like technology geeks in Silicon Valley are not resting on their laurels, not at least, until they ensure that every piece of technology is smaller, flexible, portable, fun to use and more importantly, highly efficient.

While Raspberry Pi 3 is one such example of a small fitted PC with high efficiency and usability, one creative manufacturer has gone a step further by building the Vensmile K8, an incredible Window PC that operates directly from a fold-able keyboard and touchpad.

As strange as it may sound to you, Vensmile K8 is certainly the world’s most ultra-compact PC. Simply put, this novelty of technologies is a flexible keyboard that also doubles up as a computer. And for a price of around $200, you’ll enjoy the amazing features of this futuristic device that stands to soothe the hearts of even the hard-to-please anti-technology individuals.

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On top of the roll-able rubbery keypads, Vensmile K8 comes with a touchpad, 64GB of flash storage and a 4GB RAM without forgetting an Intel Atom X5 Z8300 processor. Sounds cool? No doubt, but you’ll be asking yourself; where’s the screen? Don’t panic, it has both HDMI and VGA video ports, so all you have to do is grab the nearest screen and you’re all set.

Even more interesting; you can fold the entire thing into a pocket-sized item and easily move with it as much as you’d not do with these normal-sized PCs! Oh, the fact that it has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity will definitely sit well with you.

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