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CES 2015: Intel put Windows OS into a Pen-Drive with Atom quad-core CPU in just $149

In CES 2015 Intel reveal many new things along with his new series of 5th Generation Broadwell Processors and also introduce like a Pen-Drive like Compute Stick which will come in March with two type of operating systems.

First one is Windows 8.1 OS witch comes with 2-GB of RAM and 32-GB of Flash Storage in just $149 (USD) and the second one is Linux-based OS which comes with 1-GB of RAM and 16-GB of flash Storage in just $89 (USD) because of smaller footprints. They told that this Stick is just more than like Amazon’s Fire TV Stick because this stick have  power of a full flash tablet in a gum sized pen-drive.

Intel put his Atom Z3735F Bay Trail processor and with a microSD card slot if you want to squeeze more capacity into the device. Other connectivity includes full-sized and micro USB ports, Bluetooth 4.0, and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi. Unlike other sticks, Intel’s can’t currently be powered through HDMI, relying instead on the micro USB port to charge it.

The Windows 8.1 Compute Stick will cost $149 and the Linux version just $89 when they ship in a couple of months.

 

 

 

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