The early as January of this year, presented in the context of the CES Compute stick from Intel is already expected for mid-April in Germany. Equipped with a quad-core Atom processor micro-computer, which it is offered with a choice of Windows as well as with a Linux distribution, but will cost more than expected
In early January this year, the chipmaker Intel has unveiled its Compute stick at the Consumer Electronics Show to the world. With a total length of about 10 centimeters, the micro-computer can be connected via the HDMI port not only on any monitor, but also on smart TVs, so far these have of course to the corresponding HDMI 1.4 port.
Equipped with this little marvel with an Intel Atom processor Z3735F whose four cores clocked at 1.83 GHz, respectively. As a graphics processor acts an integrated on the CPU “Intel HD Graphics” chip, of which, although not playing complex 3D games can be expected, but still offers enough reserves for the smooth Full HD movies.
Compute the stick will be available in two different versions. The cheapest option is equipped with a gigabyte of labor and 8 gigabytes of flash memory system on which a distribution of Linux, specifically Ubuntu is already installed. The second, but also slightly more expensive version, however, is equipped with a Windows 8 on Bing basis, what then two gigabytes and 32 gigabytes of labor flash memory are provided. Other features include a microSD card slot for microSD, USB 2.0 port, Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n and Bluetooth 4.0. The power supply is provided via a micro USB port.
Both versions of the Intel Compute sticks can be Coming soon in Germany, which is expected to delivery date to mid-April. However, said in January prices of about 75 respectively 125 € to 117 € now for the compute stick with Linux or 170 euro rose to stick with Windows 8.
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