Android runs on phones, tablets and TVs, but this claims to be the world's first true Android PC.
It's called Remix Mini, and it's powered by Android Lollipop, but with a 'skin' over the top. This is called Remix OS, and it promises to bridge the gap between mobile and desktop operating systems. It has a clean design and looks like a proper desktop OS, but at the same time it retains a definite Android feel.
It also uses Android apps, so immediately has more than 1.5 million to choose from.
As you can see, Remix Mini is tiny – it's small enough to slip in a pocket. It also features a cool power button on the top – just tap it to power up your PC. It starts up in seconds.
It has all the usual PC capabilities like an Ethernet port, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and USB ports. And it's more efficient than a desktop – it only uses 10 watts, which should save you a bundle on your electricity bill.
It's mighty cheap too. Get in on one of the early bird deals, and you can nab one for just $20 – that's about £13! Obviously you'll need to provide your own monitor, mouse and keyboard, but it's still incredible value.
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It runs on a 1.2GHz quad-core 64-bit chip, and comes with either 8GB or 16GB of storage, and 1GB or 2GB of RAM.
It's shot past its funding goal and will ship in October.