|Project Ophelia personal cloud access stick|
|Looks like a USB flash drive, performs like a computer. Securely access personal and professional content from any compatible display, in virtually any room, wherever you go. Display your presentations or play your online games without a laptop or tablet. The ultracompact Project Ophelia is extreme mobile computing, turning any display with an MHL or HDMI™ port into a high-quality window to the cloud.|
|Coming soon from Dell, Project Ophelia will change the way you work and play.|
|Carry it in your pocket|
Project Ophelia is only slightly larger than a USB flash drive, yet functions as a multipurpose Citrix® or VMware® thin client, a web client for web-based apps or a stand-alone device for local apps and content. It includes the Android OS for access to thousands of apps in the Google App store.
|Protect your content|
With Dell Wyse Cloud Client Manager software as a service, you can manage permissions and access for Project Ophelia devices based on role, department and location. This enables users to securely access and share work applications, presentations and content when away from the office.
|No batteries needed|
The zero-battery Project Ophelia receives power through a monitor’s MHL port or separately via its own USB interface. No need to lug around extra batteries or charging equipment.
|What the experts are saying:|
|Hot Hardware||“Ophelia solves several problems, including the IT nightmare of BYOD and the need to have a screen attached to your mobile device. This is truly mobile computing, but in a completely different paradigm — one that is ideal for the enterprise environment.”|
|ZDNet||“Dell’s Project Ophelia might be my favorite gadget at CES.”|