BARCELONA, Spain--Dell's Project Ophelia is a 3-inch dongle that slots into the HDMI port of any TV or monitor, bringing full PC functions anywhere without carrying a laptop. Read editors' take
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The Micro-USB port on the side lets you hook up a keyboard or mouse. Read editors' take
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On the other side is an SD card slot to expand the 8GB internal memory. Read editors' take
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It slots into the HDMI port of any TV or monitor. Read editors' take
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Ophelia is running Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean. The interface is exactly the same as you'd expect to see on a regular tablet. Read editors' take
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It has full access to the Google Play store, allowing you to download games, stream movies and TV shows, or use desktop virtualization software to access your home PC. Read editors' take
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