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Intel’s miniature computer-on-a-stick is now available for pre-order

First revealed by Intel at CES 2015 back in January, the Intel Compute Stick is finally available for pre-order through a select few retailers. Starting now, Amazon and Newegg are selling Intel’s own computer-on-a-stick for $180 and $150 respectively. Basically, this super-micro PC is so small that you can carry it in your pocket and so simple that you can plug it in and start using it straight out of the box. 

The Intel Compute Stick, revealed by Intel at CES 2015 in January, is now available for preorder through certain retailers, according to Liliputing.com. Newegg and Amazon are selling the device for $150 and $180, respectively. Intel describes the Compute Stick as a new generation “computer-on-a-stick,” claiming that it’s ready to go out of the box. The device itself is approximately four inches long, and comes preinstalled with Windows 8.1 or Linux. It uses a quad-core Intel Atom processor to provide speed and power, and has built-in wireless connectivity. The Compute Stick also comes with a MicroSD card slot for additional storage. The product has an HDMI connector on one end, which allows users to plug the stick into an HDMI port on a monitor or television. Once it’s in, users can reap the benefits of its all-in-one desktop capabilities.

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