The Ockel Sirius B is a PC that fits in your pocket

Working remotely often means using a full-size laptop, or forcing a tablet to do things it was never intended to do. Depending on your job, each may be a reasonable, if somewhat compromising solution, or an impossibly frustrating one. Either way, you'll be stuck with a tiny screen and a form factor that will destroy any semblance of good seated posture you may have had.

If you are looking for a proper desktop experience wherever you call office, and have zero interest in making a Linux-powered Raspberry Pi your daily driver, the Ockel Sirius B is a complete Windows 10 PC in a package that's no bigger than a portable hard drive. Just plug it into an external monitor, TV set, or projector, add a keyboard and mouse, and you're good to go. Whether you frequently work from home, or need to give a presentation in a faraway conference room, this portable PC will work with any standard desktop gear.

Since most offices have yet to upgrade to the latest connector standards, the Sirius B's got a pair of full-sized USB-A ports, HDMI, and even a MicroSD slot for maximum compatibility no matter where you are. In order to run modern desktop software, it has 2GB of RAM, modern integrated Intel graphics, and a quad-core processor. It even includes 32GB of internal flash storage for faster boot-ups and application launches.

The Ockel Sirius B Windows 10 Pocket PC is available now from the Boing Boing store for 24% off at $189.