Asus VivoStick

Sep 4, 2015

Category: Tech

Asus has unveiled its newest addition to the computer market, the VivoStick, which is their version of Intel’s Compute Stick.

It’s a PC you can carry in your pocket, as it’s no bigger than a typical flash drive or Chromecast. It can be hooked up to any HDMI TV or PC monitor. The tiny device has 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, two USB ports and a headphone jack. It’s powered by an Intel Cherry Trail processor with Intel graphics. It runs the latest version of Windows, although it won’t match up to any of today’s higher-end machines. If you’ve got a PC and keyboard to go along with it, it can be used as a genuine PC. It uses Bluetooth 4.0 and has Wi-Fi 802.11n support. This micro PC will run you just $129, although a release date has yet to be announced. [Purchase]

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