The all-new Lenovo Ideacentre stick 300 is quite a handy methodology of silicon technology that can be carried in your pocket wherever you plan to go.
Lenovo introduced its first computing stick which can be held in the hand with ease and comfort. It is a manual and readily available device that is remarkable indeed. The Lenovo Ideacentre Stick 300 may be employed in the settings of your residence or while you are out there in the big bad world of cars, girls and CDs. It is used for both computation and Internet exploration purposes. And it does its job very well.
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The really important thing about this baby is that it has a reasonable price tag. Easy on the wallet, it can be yours for relatively little cash. It is the perfect means of widening the horizon and expanding the spectrum of personal computing and the new-fangled mobile experience.
You can even shop till you drop online thanks to this little stick that is only a few inches in length. And the likeable thing about it is that it can be transported anywhere in the world without any hassles.
Costing approximately $130, the handy device is a simple case of attach and attune technology. Thanks to this crunchworthy critter your television set or mobile phone can become a fully-fledged personal computer as if by magic. All that is required is that you plug it into the appropriate socket and then just let culture which is a second nature do its thing.
It is a guarantee that the contraption will work like a normal PC down to the last details such as necessary functions, free browsing and word processing. Thanks to this stick in your hand, you can turn anything in your home with a screen into a media nexus.
Everything from entertainment (movies and music not to mention video clips from YouTube) to chat groups where you can vent your daily frustrations and career assignments can be accomplished in a jiffy on this mechanism par excellence.
Titled the “mini-me” of the computing world (after the tiny clone character in the Austin Powers movie The Spy Who Shagged Me) this diminutive devastating device is a mere 15 mm in breadth and has an Atom Processor and 2G of memory among its inner contents. And with 32G of storage capacity it goes a long way in fulfilling the needs of the modern knowledge worker. Finally, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth facilities are available on the platform too which only increases its prestige and integrity.
“We’ve looked at the computing needs of travelers, business people and families, and realized that a truly portable and affordable solution would be a significant benefit to users of all kinds,” said Jun Ouyang, vice president and general manager, Worldwide Desktop and Visuals, Lenovo. “Our goal with the ideacentre™ Stick 300 is to give those users a sense of freedom and enhanced mobility, while packing a serious punch in a small device.”
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The Lenovo ideacentre Stick 300 will be available on Lenovo's official website and it will hit retail shelves starting in July. Pricing will start at US $129.