CES 2015: Intel Compute Stick Transforms any HDMI Display into a Computer
The Intel® Compute Stick isn't just another streaming device that plugs into your HDTV. It's a fully functional computer that plugs into the HDMI port of a display (it will also need to plug into a USB port for power). At just 4 inches long, you'll be able to get the complete experience on an ultraportable, power-efficient device. It also comes pre-installed with Windows 8.1 or Linux. It features the reliability of a quad-core Intel® Atom processor, built-in wireless connectivity, onboard storage, and even a micro Secure Digital media card slot for storage expansion.
For the average consumer, the Intel Compute Stick will provide storage and performance needed for light productivity, social networking, web browsing, and streaming media, such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, and even games.
The Intel Compute Stick also enables thin-client solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses, delivering ultra-portability and reliable plug-and-play simplicity. This allows business professionals to give presentations without having to drag their laptops around. And with Windows Remote Desktop, they'll have access for on-the-fly support.
Consumers and businesses may be covered, but developers were not left out in the cold, either. The Intel Compute Stick can also be a reliable low-power solution for developers creating light digital kiosks, with user-friendly installation, and delivering streaming or static HD content on displays located anywhere. The Intel Compute Stick is expected to ship later this year.
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