Intel has introduced Compute Stick, a small computer that fits in the palm of your hand. The semiconductor company has announced at CES 2015 in Las Vegas, as one of its new products for the foreseeable future. Only measures 10cm and can be connected to a display through its HDMI connection.
The Stick Intel has microSD slot, USB input, and thanks to a microUSB port that will give you enough energy to operate feeds. The device will come with the Microsoft Windows 8.1 operating system, but also given the option of Ubuntu Linux and that is why we are interested in this blog.
The Ubuntu version will cost $ 89, while the Windows worth $ 149 thanks to the license you have to pay. To move these operating systems integrates a small but powerful hardware:
Intel Atom processor quad core Z3735F
1GB RAM in Ubuntu version (2GB for Windows)
8GB eMMC storage for Ubuntu (32 for Windows)
microUSB for food
HDMI Male to connect to a TV or display
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