Few years ago, Ian Sinclair came up with credit card sized multimedia device, unfortunately due to component supply issues, the project was halted. Gran Sinclair, Ian son, presents you with an updated design, Poco, and asks for your help through an Indiegogo campaign to bring this project to the market.
Poco is a credit card sized supercomputer, powered by open source and easy to modify Rasberry Pi chipset. It’s a multifunctional device, it is a music player, an action camera, a gaming console, a video player, and a recorder, it is also equipped with an internet ready web browser. It’s a creative tool that you can use for just about anything. You can shoot full HD 1080p video while 5MP from its dual front and back cameras can take still images with its superbright Cree LED flash. Poco comes with a built-in ¼-inch action mount that accepts standard universal attachments, allowing you to attach it to a bike, car windshield, helmet, or tripod.
Designer : Sinclair Mobile
You can control the content through Poco’s ultra sharp 2.8-inch touchscreen display. You can also choose to connect Poco to your HDTV or projector thanks to its built-in micro HDMI port. Play cool games such as Minecraft or the classic Quake, you can download these games from the online Pi community. Enjoy those twin analogue joysticks with center push that switches together and dual shoulder buttons for a nice tactile gaming experience.
Jam-packed with cutting edge programmable hardware, Poco has more than 400 miniature components under its hood casing. There are around 60 parts are key components and very latest wearable technology on the market such as a digital barometer, a GPS, a 3-axis gyroscope, a 3-axis accelerometer, and a 3-axis magnetometer. Poco has been designed to be easily customizable, allowing you to modify into another gadgets when needed.