In the past computers were relatively big machines but these days it continues to surprise us how much you can shrink basic PCs. Nick Parker, corporate vice president of Microsoft's OEM Division, revealed Quanta's Compute Plug at Computex.
This is a pretty interesting concept, it features a Windows 10 capable PC inside a power adapter! Of course, such a Mini PC will not offer cutting-edge performance but it should be good enough for basic office applications as well as Internet consumption.
I/O functionality is pretty limited, there's a power button on the adapter and a HDMI port plus two USB 3.0 ports. Further details are unknown.
The device plugs into the HDMI port and turns any TV or monitor into a smart computer. According to Microsoft, users can control the screen using Cortana via Bluetooth remote or headset.