Saturday, 17 January 2015


These year CES 2015 was a power packed with many new hardware announcements across the globe from different firms.

These year the most innovative product was debuted by Intel which is nothing but a small computer enough to fit in palm of your hand.

Intel calls it "Compute Stick" which is a four inch long device not much bigger than Google Chromecast.

The Compute Stick consists of an Intel Atom Z3735F Quad core processor which is found in many Intel powered Android tablet giving it enough power to surf web, media streaming, etc.

It consists of a micro-usb slot to be able to get connected to external power source also has a USB slot for connecting USB devices and comes with a power button.

You can use this compute stick to connect to your TV using the television's HDMI port and the TV starts working and behaving as a Computer.

The Compute Stick will come in two variants mainly with Windows 8.1 version and another with Linux version.

The Windows 8.1 version comes with 2 GB RAM and 32 GB storage whereas  the Linux version will comes with 1 GB RAM and 16 GB Storage with an option to expand storage upto 128 GB via microSD card in both the versions.

The compute stick comes with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi through which users can connect their keyboards and Mouse and also use for data sharing.

The Compute Stick will enter the market in 2015 with a price of $149 for windows version and $89 for the Linux version.

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