Intel launches second generation Compute Sticks with Atom and Core M processor

Jan

7

2016

Intel has presented the second generation Compute Sticks. There will be three versions with different processors. The cheapest is an Atom, the more expensive versions have Intel Core M processor.

The Atom version has a quad-core Z8300 X5 onboard, coupled with 2GB of memory and a 32GB EMMC storage. The stick has to do two USB ports and can connect to Wi-Fi networks via the b / g / n / ac standards. In addition, the new on-board computer stick bluetooth 4.0. There are variants without an operating system and Windows 10.

The cheapest version with Core M has an M3 6Y30 on board while the more expensive a m5 6Y57 vPro. Both variants have 4GB of DDR3 memory and EMMC storage amounting to 64GB. The sticks have three USB ports, have Bluetooth 4.1 and can connect to Wi-Fi ac networks.

The Atom variant is in the United States cost 159 dollars, converted at present around 147 euros. The cheaper Core M version will cost $ 399 with WIndows 10, the more expensive should yield $ 499 without an operating system. All new Compute Sticks come in within three months, says Intel.

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