"Intel is known for its chips, but it also combines them into systems to be distributed to customers for demonstration purposes. Now the Silicon Valley giant is taking a more unusual step: developing a tiny computer it plans to sell directly.Intel Unveils Pocket-Size Computer That Plugs into TVs - Digits - WSJ
The company used this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nev., to disclose plans for the Intel Compute Stick, a pocket-size device that plugs into the HDMI port on a TV or computer monitor. The unit includes an Intel Atom processor, Wi-Fi, 32 gigabytes of storage and a slot to plug in an SD card for further capacity.
Intel says a version for the device running Windows 8.1 will cost $149 and arrive by the end of the first quarter. It plans to offer a Linux-based version for $89."
Friday, January 09, 2015
Intel Unveils Pocket-Size Computer That Plugs into TVs - Digits - WSJ
More details on Intel's new Compute Stick