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Big surprise from a small stick!

As technology advances, be sure to be really surprised by technological creations and innovations that should blow your mind off-balance. When i first encountered the compute-stick, it was a notion, something in some nerds mind until, recently i woke up and found the reality of this amazing work of tech.kivuti

Transform any HDMI monitor or TV into a computer with the Intel® Compute Stick complete with a quad-core Intel® Atom™ processor, Intel® HD Graphics, integrated Wi-Fi* and Bluetooth* technologies, 32 GB storage, 2 GB memory, a USB 2.0 port, and a Micro SD card reader. Intel Inside®―endless possibilities outside.

Connect and Compute, that is how simple this gadget is to use.

So how well could you use your intel Compute Stick?

1. Entertainment

Turn your HDMI monitor or television into an entertainment computer.

2. Productivity

Transform an HDMI display into a computer with a quad-core Intel® Atom™ processor-based device.

3. Thin Client

Create a thin-client platform from any HDMI display with the Intel® Compute Stick.

4. Digital Signage

Transform a display into a fully functional digital signage solution.

The Intel® Compute Stick. Small, Yet Surprisingly Powerful.

While the Intel® Compute Stick can fit in the palm of your hand, it’s what we fit inside of it that is truly remarkable. A quad-core Intel® Atom™ processor and your choice of operating systems: Windows* 8.1, Windows® 10 or Ubuntu* 14.04 LTS.
The Windows version includes 2 GB memory, 32 GB of on-board storage and comes with McAfee® Antivirus Plus for comprehensive protection from Trojans, viruses, spyware and more. The Ubuntu version has 1 GB memory and 8 GB of on-board storage. Both devices come with Wi-Fi* and Bluetooth* for connectivity, a USB port to connect peripherals and a micro SD card slot for additional storage.

Use Your Television for More Than TV

Looking to bring computing to new places? The Intel® Compute Stick is exactly what you’re looking for. It transforms any HDMI* TV or monitor into a full computer, allowing you to search the web, share your vacation photos, keep up on your email or do any of the tasks that you do on your computer today. All you need is a wireless keyboard and mouse and you’re set.

Transform Your Monitors. And Your Business.

Whether you need to develop some digital signage, add intelligence to a conference room projector or deploy a room full of thin clients, the Intel® Compute Stick has the right blend of performance, cost, and size to do the job. Plus you get to choose the operating system that is perfect for your situation: Windows* 8.1 with Bing* or Ubuntu* 14.04 LTS. Wherever you need to add a basic computer to run your business, the Intel Compute Stick has you covered.

The Intel® Compute Stick: Quality. Performance. Value

Take it out of the box. Plug it in to your television. You just turned your TV into a powerful computer with ample speed and storage. The Intel Compute Stick takes up so little space and costs so few dollars.

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Big-Time Performance in a Small Package.

Get all the power, speed and memory you need for work, play, in the home or office.

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It’s Ready to Go.

Pop it out of the box. Pop it into your TV. Go. It’s that easy to transform any HDMI* TV or monitor into a computer.

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It’s Not Like a Computer. It Is a Computer.

Same operating system, same high quality graphics, and same wireless connectivity as a full-sized computer. Totally different dimensions.

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Innovative Cooling Design

Who wants to pay for a processor and not get all the performance? The Intel® Compute Stick’s tiny, quiet fan enables reliable and fast performance.

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Powerful processor. Eye-popping graphics. Unbelievable sound. Yes, it’s all inside the Intel® Compute Stick. Best of all, it takes so little power to power all that power.

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