Intel shows computer format USB stick




Intel is working on minicomputers in the form of a large USB stick. The stick can be inserted according to the manufacturer in a television or a monitor. Intel makes itself further details not known, but to fall from previous messages that do get the sticks Atom socs aboard.
Kirk Skaugen, Intel PC Client Group showed the stick during an investors meeting, writes PC World. According Skaugen brings compute stick ‘intelligence’ to TVs and monitors. He likened the stick with ARM variants with Android, but with an x86 processor. He also made ​​a comparison with the Dell Wyse Cloud Connect, an HDMI stick that Android is running and can be connected directly to screens. From the presentation of Skaugen is to make that Intel supports the sticks under the mini desktops.

In October appeared on the Chinese site Aliexpres already a dongle with Intel Inside sticker. It is equipped with a quad-core Atom Z3735F of the Bay Trail-generation DDR3 2GB and 16GB EMMC storage. Also micro USB ports, USB and a slot provided for Micro SD memory cards, in addition to support for WiFi n and Bluetooth 4.0. The site sold the stick for 118 dollars, converted 95 euros, but has since stopped offering. Intel did not then know themselves to be behind the stick, but probably the group provides a reference to which third parties can base their models.


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