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For those not happy with a litter of work PCs, home PCs, entertainment PCs and Gaming consoles lying around everywhere, we present the world’s most powerful pocketable PC. Tango™ is smart phone sized, has a laptop strength CPU and an integrated Gaming GPU. It runs Windows 7/8/10, Ubuntu Linux and Chromium OS. Tango is Officeable, Entertainmentable and Gamable. One Tango™ could replace at once all of these:

  • Multiple desktops at home and office
  • Gaming consoles of the last generation (example, Xbox 360®  and PS3®)
  • HTPCs, Intel NUCs and the like
  • AppleTV® , Roku® , GoogleTV®  and the like

Tango™ consolidates data, apps, games and OS clutter with a single remarkably personal, hassle-free device with hands-free mobility.

Users can slide it into a tiny and slim docking port to get usual monitor, keyboard, mouse, TV, remote and network connectivity. Multiple docking ports can be kept at home and office desk, or next to the TV to enable users to use TANGO™ in multiple ways while carrying it around in their pocket. At your desk, TANGO™ provides business class performance and productivity. When docked next to your TV, TANGO™ provides IPTV entertainment with remote and Windows Media center. Thanks to its high end integrated GPU, You can run CAD software and play PC Games. Think of it like xBox 360® or PS3® in your pocket. (GPU specifications of Tango are superior to published GPU specifications of xBox 360).


Processor AMD A8-6410 Quad Core CPU with integrated GCN Radeon R5 GPU
Memory SODIMM DDR3L-1600 socket x1 (from 2GB to 8GB). Laptop RAM
Storage SATA III mSATA SSD Socket x1. (from 32GB to 1 TB or higher)
Operating System Any laptop PC compatible OS (Windows 7/8.1/10, Linux/Chromium/Unix)
PC Size 125mm X 82mm X 13.5mm
DockPort Size 165mm X 130mm X 22mm
DockPort Connectivity 1x DP/HDMI, 3x USB 2.0, 1x USB3.0, RJ45, internal WiFi, Headphone + Mic jack, DC 12V jack
AC Adapter  60W, 110-270V input.

Reasonable specification changes may occur as part of product availability and evolution.