Thumb PC has a quad core processor with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage as a smart phone. There is an HDMI port, a USB port and an SD card slot. The HDMI port is used to connect Thumb PC to the HDMI port of your TV or monitor. The SD card slot is for external storage, and the USB port can be used to connect the keyboard and mouse via a USB hub. Connect the device via the HDMI port, press the power button on the device to start the operation, load the operating system, and then to interact with the new PC we can connect input devices such as keyboard, mouse, etc. via Bluetooth connection. This configuration is enough to start working on your favorite applications and unplug the PC and keep it in your pocket after finishing the job.
Thumb PC Stick looks like a USB stick, but it has a HDMI plug at the end, instead of a USB plug. All you have to do is line up with a free HDMI port on computer display or HDTV and push in. If there is not enough clearance, you can use the included HDMI extension cable.
In the next step, take the included AC adapterand connect the USB-to-micro-USB cable, as you would on a smart phone. Find the micro-USB port on the Thumb PC and connect the cable. Next, just by pressing the power button on the deviceyou are in use.
Need a Mouse and Keyboard:
To interact with a new PC you need a mouse and keyboard. The easiest way to do this is to get a keyboard with a built-in touchpad such as the Logitech TK820 All-in-One Wireless Keyboard or the Microsoft all-in-One Multimedia Keyboard. Just plug the USB dongle from the keyboard into the only USB 2.0 port of Thumb PC to get started.
We can add Storage:
You can supplement with up to 128GB of flash memory through the micro SD port. You can also use cloud storage from your preferred vendor like Amazon, Dropbox, Google and Microsoft.If you are using a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, you can connect a USB flash drive or an external drive to the Thumb PC USB port.