The Intel® Compute Stick, available in spring 2015 via Intel® authorized distributors, is a new pocket-sized computer delivering an entry compute experience by plugging directly into the HDMI input of TVs and monitors. Two versions will be launched initially – both will be based on the Intel® Atom® quad-core processor, code-named “Bay Trail” (Z3735F). One will include 32GB storage, 2GB memory and pre-installed Windows* 8.1 with Bing. The other will include 8GB storage, 1GB memory and a pre-installed Linux* distribution (exact distribution still to be determined).
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Your PC-like embedded solution.
|A new type of computing device, the Intel® Compute Stick enables you to transform a display into a fully functional digital signage solution via the display’s HDMI* port. Ready to go out-of-the-box, the Intel® Compute Stick has a quad-core Intel® Atom® processor and offers the performance, quality, and value you expect from Intel®. The system performs just like your other computers. You can even choose your operating system – either Windows 8.1* or Ubuntu. Simply plug it into any HDMI monitor, connect to the cloud for your data or access files locally, and you’ve got a simple digital sign or a POS display.|
|The ultra-slim, Intel® Compute stick has a wide-range of features that make it ready to go out of the box.|