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Review: 2nd Generation Intel Compute Sticks with Core M Processors

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From left to right: 2nd generation Core M5 with vPro ($499), 2nd generation Core m3 ($399), 2nd generation Intel Atom, Original Intel Compute Stick The 2nd generation of the Intel compute stick is still very slim, very tiny. It still has an HDMI output that you plug into your television or monitor, but the big improvements this time include: 2 USB ports with 1 being a USB 3.0. this is great because now you can connect a wireless Keyboard and mouse as well as one of our other recommended top accessories. I prefer to add an external hard drive or pen drive to give it more storage space. It also has faster WiFi and a better internal antenna. The 2nd generation Intel compute stick now…

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ASUS Compute Stick CHROMEBIT Review

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Asus has entered the compute stick market by jumping in bed with Google and the Chrome OS. They decided to skip the Windows licensing and offer a similar device that people with Android will be familiar with. A huge buzz is about to begin about the ASUS Compute Stick CHROMEBIT. With this stick, people can bring their files and connect to the cloud wherever they go. But is this unit here to stay? Or maybe this teeny sized unit is just too good to be true.   Identified Features of this ASUS Compute Stick CHROMEBIT review This unit is known to be the tiniest device from Google Chrome. Upon plugging it, a user can already make a computer out of an HDMI display. For vacationers…

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Review: Mele PCG02 – The Windows 10 Compute Stick with Ethernet

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Mele outdid the Intel Compute Stick with their Mele PCG01 product and has stepped up their game again by adding features requested by the users. Most of the Compute Sticks on the market today suffer from poor wireless signals and to deal with that people had to purchase a USB Ethernet adapter. This was one extra device you had to not only buy and attach, but it also took up one of the valuable USB slots. Some of the popular compute sticks only have 1 USB slot, including the Mele PCG01 and Mele PCG02. Another notable upgrade is that the Mele PCG02 now ships with Window 10. The older models did qualify for a FREE upgrade to Windows 10, but you had to go through…

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Asus VivoStick – Compute Stick competitor that runs Windows 10 for $129

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Asus just announced that they are launching the Asus VivoStick. It is an Intel compute stick alternative that runs Windows 10 and only costs $129. The specs are listed below: 14nm Cherry Trail Processor (Intel Compute Stick uses the Bay Trail Atom Processor) 2GB of RAM 32GB of onboard Storage 2 USB Ports (1 might be USB 3.0, we are still unsure and the final specs may change before release) headphone jack Bluetooth 4.0 Wireless N built in Will come in multiple colors Currently we have no ETA, but my guess is that it should launch very soon. Intel will also be updating their compute stick line to the Skylark Core M processors. Stay tuned for that as well.

Review: Logitech TK820 – The All-In-One Keyboard

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This intricate keyboard from Logitech allows you the flexibility of moving around your living room. You can navigate your PC or Compute Stick right from the sofa. Based on my Logitech TK820 Review I found that the TK820 is one of the innovative models that combines a QWERTY keyboard with an all-in-one touchpad, which replaces the traditional numeric keypad. You can do all the standard keyboard functions and also control multimedia playback. What I like best about this all in one keyboard is that it has a clickable touch pad; you do not have to deal with balancing a wireless mouse anymore because the keyboard has it all. Features: The keyboard is standard shaped, although it does not have a number pad. It has 12 shortcut keys, and it has…

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