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Dell's Project Ophelia now shipping to testers, everyone else this fall

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If you ever doubted Dell's $100 pendroid would ship, the PC giant is proving you wrong. PCWorld reports that Project Ophelia units have started making their way to the tester community, and the general public can expect them between August and October. Enterprise users can rest assured that the investment won't be in vain, as Dell has said that IT departments will have the ability to manage and secure each Android-based device and can lock down the HDMI gadget at a moment's notice. Your alpaca GIF addiction wont' be private, either: Monitoring capabilities are already in the works and deployed sticks can be wiped remotely. So don't get any ideas.

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