Celebrate the Successful Launch of World’s Smallest PC at OCOSMOS Media Party

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After rave reviews from its introduction at IDF 2010, OCOSMOS is celebrating the launch of the world’s smallest computer, the OCS-1, September 17th at 1436 Polk Street in San Francisco at 7 p.m. Be one of the first journalists to preview the PC revolutionizing the market for mobile gaming and entertainment devices while providing the processing power and functionality necessary for business users.

Doug Davis, ESVP at Intel, introduced the OCS-1 TC during keynote speech on Sept. 14th at IDF 2010

Ever seen a handheld that can run StarCraft II? You have now

OCOSMOS Co., Ltd, a leading Korean innovator and developer of digital fusion technology solutions, is celebrating the launch of the world’s smallest personal computer and gaming device: the OCS-1 Tiny Computer (TC) at a post-launch party September 17th at 7 pm, 1436 Polk Street, San Francisco, CA. Be one of the first journalists to see the tiny computer that is revolutionizing both business and gaming mobile PC markets.

Event: Product Promotion Event
Location: 1436 Polk Street, San Francisco, CA
Date and Time: September 17th, 7 pm

Why You Should Attend: OCS1 is the world’s most powerful mobile device on which you can play desktop PC quality games anywhere anytime even Starcraft 2, Halo, and WoW, and do office work and image editing (2D&3D) faster than desktop PC. It will be available to public in North America early next year.

For more information and to RSVP, please contact:
Ksenia Denisova 401-868-7329
Mira Zivkovich 917-653-5034
Grace Lee 917-301-8886

After rave reviews at IDF 2010, OCOSMOS invites qualified journalists to a demonstration and introduction to the world’s smallest PC. The size of a mobile device with the same processing power as a desktop PC, users can take pictures, work on documents, play Starcraft 2, Halo, and WoW all from the palm of their hand.

“Ever seen a handheld that can run StarCraft II? You have now,” says Sean Holister, contributing editor for engadget.com.

Doug Davis, ESVP at Intel, introduced the OCS-1 TC during his keynote speech on September 14th at IDF 2010. It uses Intel’s newest and most innovative OakTrail CPU technology, Windows 7 OS and OMOS Key interface so tasks and games commonly performed on a laptop or desktop can now be completed anytime, anywhere. It is the first generation of TC product with the same power and functionality as a Mobile Internet Device or Ultra Mobile PC, yet in a much smaller and more convenient size so users can enjoy a true mobile lifestyle.

"The OCOSMOS TC delivers a new platform of tiny PC technology that benefits both business users and the gaming public,” says OCOSMOS representative Jay-Hun Kim. “You no longer have limitations of mobile CPU or mobile OS. Instead, you can enjoy the full resolution of an exciting game experience and create documents with only two keys.” OCOSMOS’s unique OMOS Key interface overcomes the limitations of existing mobile devices with an innovative “Two-Key” tool.

  •     1.5GHz Oak Trail chip
  •     Intel GMA600 integrated graphics
  •     Up to a 64GB of solid-state storage
  •     WiFi and Bluetooth
  •     1024 x 600 capacitive touch screen
  •     Front and rear cameras (1.3MP Camera in Front / 3.2MP Camera in Back)
  •     A microphone for video chat sessions
  •     Windows 7 OS
  •     4.8-Inch (Diagonal) Widescreen Multi-Touch Display
  •     1024-by-600-Pixel Resolution
  •     OMOS Key Interface: Use as Mouse & Customizable Allowing Character Input
  •     1GB of RAM Installed Upgradable to 2GB
  •     Right/Left Keys on the Shoulder for Gaming
  •     microSD Memory Card Expansion Slots
  •     Mini USB & Full USB

The OCS-1 TC looks more like a smartphone or handheld gaming console than a full-fledged computer and comes with twin joysticks. But, its x86 processor runs Windows 7 and adds a powerful edge to change the game of the mobile revolution. In fact, users will find that working and image editing (2D & 3D) is faster than on a desktop PC.

“The TC is a revolution in mobile culture,” says Kim. “With its Intel 1.5GHz Oak Trail chip and GMA600 integrated graphics, the OCS-1 is positioned to blow away other portable gaming consoles on the market, not to mention PCs.”

The OCOSMOS OCS-1 TC will be available to the public in North America early next year. In the meantime, OCOSMOS is planning to develop games optimized for this TC by working with more than 20,000 developers throughout world to bring forth the full performance quality.

OCOSMOS is an innovator of revolutionary "Mobile Input Devices" that lead the era of digital convergence. Our world first patented input device, the "OMOS Interface," sets a new standard to surpass the limits of current mobile terminal devices. We continually challenge the IT market to create new technologies that improve our world.

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