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Intel Compute Stick Security Loop

I had a reader ask what security loop works with the Intel Compute Stick because he did not see any Kensington locks available. In the user guide Intel tells you that the Security cable loop is not included but you can build one. I don’t know about you, but most people don’t like to build things. They want something easy and ready to go. I know for a fact that if a school purchased 1000 compute sticks, they would not want to build security locks by hand. They would want all the parts in a nice package with the correct size cable and length. If you do decide to build a cable lock yourself here are the instructions that Intel provides. Install a security cable…

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Review: Logitech K830 – Entertainment Under Your Fingertips

The Logitech K830 Illuminated Living Room Wireless Keyboard and Touchpad for Internet-Connected TVs is bringing convenience and entertainment into one device. Regardless of whether you are building the ultimate playlist in Pandora, browsing movies in Netflix, or checking out the latest news in CNN’s online portal, the illuminated keyboard by Logitech may be just the thing that you are looking for. Features of Logitech K830 Keyboard: Among the features that you can expect from Logitech’s portable keyboard include a built-in touchpad, convenient charging through USB port, keys that are auto illuminated, compact design that fits hands well, and wireless connection that can range up to 10 meters.   Pros of Logitech K830: What are the benefits of using Logitech K830? For starters, the keyboard can…

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Review: Jelly Comb Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard

The is a low cost all in one keyboard that will work perfect with your compute stick. This keyboard/mouse combo is very similar to the popular Logitech K400. and the Microsoft All In One Keyboard. If you are planning on using this device with a compute stick it is crucial that you get something small, yet easy to type with, and something that has a built in touchpad. No body wants to have to try using a mouse on the couch. It is just not that comfortable and having 2 separate device is a pain to manage. Features: Uses Bluetooth 3.0  and has operating distance of 10 meters or 32.8 feet; Built-in touchpad with Control of Pointing Feature (Support Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and Android 3.0…

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Review: Quantum Access Compute Stick

The developed by Quantum Suppliers is a super Hot Buy. It is designed off of one of my favorite compute sticks, which means it is simply re-branded like the MeLe PCG01 compute Stick which you can read my review on by clicking here. There is not much more to this device that I haven’t already stated in the previous review, but I will go ahead and list the full specs, features, and pros and cons in my review of the Quantum Access Compute Stick. Specs: Windows 8.1 with Bing installed. It will qualify for a FREE upgrade to Windows 10 when it is released on July 29th, 2015. Quad Core Intel Atom Z3735F processor running at 1.33 Ghz 2GB RAM 32GB Flash Storage Intel HD…

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Review: Vensmile Next Star Elife Q10

The Next Star Elife Q10 is relatively new to the compute stick game. I have done a few Vensmile reviews and so far this one seems to be my favorite. As you can see by the picture this compute stick looks different in that it does not have a male HDMI port sticking out of it. You can use any size HDMI cable you want to attach the device to a monitor or TV. It does however come with a HDMI 1.4 flat A male to A male cable that is gold plated and corrosion resistant. Since this is a new product they have a promotion going on where you can receive a FREE mini keyboard if you are one of the first 100 buyers. As…

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