Intel Compute Stick


If you’re interested in carrying your PC with you everywhere you go then Intel’s Compute stick might be the right device for you. Not much bigger than a regular USB stick, the device offers a Bay Trail Atom processor, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage as well as HDMI out, a USB 2.0 port, a microSD card reader, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and a micro-USB port which powers the device.

The Intel Compute stick is now available for pre-order on Newegg, Amazon and a few other retailers going for $149.99 and shipping with Windows 8.1 with Bing. There’s also a Linux version with only 1GB RAM and 8GB storage going for $110.


Anywhere you have a TV, you also have a Windows based computer: Plug the innovative form factor into an HDMI port on a television or display, connect a wireless keyboard and mouse, and you have a fully functional, Windows 8.1- based system. The compute stick has the performance you need to stream media, edit photos and files, or create projects. You can store your files locally for quick access or use the built-in wireless to access files from your home network and from the cloud. The quad-core Intel Atom processor gives you enough performance for casual gaming and there’s also a USB port to connect your peripherals.



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