Intel’s Compute Stick is a small $149 PC with Windows 8.1 to land in March

Intel Compute Stick

Will you be happy to carry a full Windows 8.1 PC in hand like a pen drive. Intel is flaunting such a device at CES 2015 this week. The Intel Compute Stick is a forthcoming HDMI dongle that is about the dimension of a Chromecast or Amazon Fire TV Stick that is expected out in March for simply $149 with Windows 8.1 with Bing installed.

Inside, the Intel Compute Stick will have an Atom Bay Trail processor with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage capacity. It can be connected with a monitor screen or TV through the HDMI connector, however it likewise has a microSD card opening for including more storage, a standard USB port and a microUSB port that is proposed to be the power port for the PC.

Tom’s Hardware published that Intel ultimately working to announce updated versions of the Compute Stick that would be powered straightly through the HDMI port. Future versions could likewise have Intel chips focused around their Cherry Trail and Core M processors.

Intel, Tom’s Hardware

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