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Dell's Project Ophelia Android stick shows up at the FCC as Wyse Cloud Connect

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
October 21, 2013
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The summer passed without signs of Dell's Project Ophelia Android stick, but it at last appears to be getting close. The thin client has just surfaced at the FCC branded as the (now expected) Wyse Cloud Connect. While there's no mention of software in the filing, the hardware info reveals an MHL-capable HDMI connector, Bluetooth, 802.11n WiFi, a microSD card slot and USB ports for both power and peripherals. There aren't any clues as to when Cloud Connect will ship. However, the company promises device demos at the Dell World conference in mid-December -- we'll hopefully get more launch details by that point.

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