Intel Compute Stick Mini-PC Launches In India.

Posted: Jul 6 2015, 6:47am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 6 2015, 6:54am CDT, in Technology News


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Intel Compute Stick mini-PC launches in India.

Intel Compute Stick mini-PC is now available in India.

Intel has released its Compute Stick, a PC stick running full Windows in India. This little dongle will change your TV or screen with a HDMI port to an undeniable PC. iBall, prior to it released iBall Spelndo PC-On-Stick, powered by the Intel Atom Quad-Core Processor in association with Microsoft.

This stick is powered by a Quad-center Intel Atom processor with Intel HD design, has a 2 GB RAM, 32GB in-built memory furthermore has a microSD extension space. It runs Windows 8.1. It has a HDMI port to connect with a TV or a screen, USB port to associate extras, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and multi-channel computerized sound backing. It also has a fanless design.

The Intel Compute Stick is available at Rs. 10,999, yet it is accessible at an offer cost of Rs. 9,999 on Flipkart for restricted period. The company’s management said that it will also be accessible through Intel Technology Providers throughout the nation.

Rajiv Bhalla, Director of Sales and Marketing – Intel South Asia said: “The Intel Compute Stick takes computing to the next level and helps deliver the best computing experience possible in an incredibly small device. It brings computing to new devices and environments, transforming the way, when and how we compute.”

An Ubuntu Linux version of the stick is also available but it comes with 1GB RAM and 8GB internal storage. Although it is still not available on Flipkart, It has a price of $90.

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