I was pleasantly surprised to discover the litl - a small computer design specifically for the home. It doesn't have a hard drive, menus, or function keys. It's exclusively for consuming content, complete with easel mode and 4-button remote. The design looks sleek, with credit to Aaron Tang (a former RISD Industrial Design classmate). Whether the $700 price point will resonate with consumers remains to be seen, but kudos to litl, Aaron, and the team for re-thinking how a home computer can look and function. (Additional points for a great name). Learn more at www.litl.com.
Images from litl.com
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