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A Dutch hardware company is working with Microsoft to deliver a completely different Windows 10 device.
Dutch hardware developers have launched the Sirius A, a Windows 10 device with phone-like specs but all the ports you'd expect from a PC.
The maker of the Sirius A, Netherlands-based Ockel, describes it as the "world's most versatile mini PC" and is looking to ship the device by May 2017, after rounding up its search for backers on Indiegogo.
The Sirius A's phone-like features include its six-inch full HD touch display, a 3,000mAh battery, 64GB in-built flash storage, a microSD booster slot, and 3.5mm audio port. It's also got an accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer for compass functionality.