The Intel Compute Stick, in pictures

By Promotion | Updated 22 Jun 2015
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The Intel Compute Stick is a full-fledged computer that fits in your hand, and converts any display with an HDMI port into a full fledged PC. It is a good device for anyone looking for an inexpensive computing on the go device. Intel Compute Stick runs on a quad-core Atom Z3735F Processor with 2GB of RAM and 32GB Internal Storage. There’s a SD Card slot to expand storage along with a full-sized USB port. It supports Wifi and Bluetooth connectivity, allowing you to easily connect wireless input devices (keyboard and mouse) to convert an HDMI equipped display into a PC.

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There are many spaces in the Compute Stick’s enclosure, for better heat dissipation. In fact, it has a small fan in there

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It looks like a large pendrive, and fits into the palm of your hand

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It packs a quad-Core Atom Processor with 2GB of RAM

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The Compute Stick tucked behind the TV, connected to its USB Port and the HDMI Port via the provided HDMI Extender

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The Windows 8 homescreen. The Compute Stick is hanging behind the TV, silently doing the grunt work.

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Web browsing on the Compute Stick. It can easily handle a few tabs, and can even stream Full-HD Video

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Full-HD YouTube video playing on the Compute Stick. It handled it with aplomb.

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CPU Z giving you some more information about the Processor.

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The Compute Stick against its more traditional computing brethren

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