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Intel Compute Stick is coming

PC-on-a-stick from Intel, the Compute Stick is landing. It’s about time Intel got in on the game.

A new #plug-and-play device, the #Intel Compute Stick transforms any #HDMI* display into a Windows 8.1*-based computer for out-of-the-box functionality.

There have been numerous iterations of tiny computing using Android and Linux so it’s about time Intel and Windows joined the party. These tiny devices transform your flat screen TV into a smart computer, home media center… pretty much a full blown PC. Now it’s available loaded with Windows 8.1 and theres a Linux unit too.

The unit has ‘quad-core Atom processor, 32 gigabytes of storage, 2 gigabytes of RAM, and wi-fi and Bluetooth support. It will retail for $149 and be available early this year. A separate Linux version will contain half the RAM, a third of the storage, and will sell for a reduced $89.’
So the Intel Compute Stick will let you stream content to the TV, web browsing, social networking and is good for among other things gaming too.
What will you do with your Compute Stick today?

 

Via the good chaps at www.intel.com

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