Beelink’s new stick computer based on Intel’s Compute Stick configuration is now on sale through the Stick PC Store for $293.

Update: The Stick PC Store has stopped selling the device since it ships with an unlicensed version of Windows. The stick also features a USB 2.0 port instead of the USB 3.0 port Beelink had previously described. 

The Beelink Pocket P2 has 2GB of DDR3 RAM and 32GB of eMMC internal storage. Using a built-in micro SD reader, you can expand the internal memory to as much as 96GB.

The USB 3.0 port allows for a faster interface with a supposed transfer rate of around 3,200 Mbits per second or 3.2 Gbits per second with the ability to read and write data at the same time.

Beelink Pocket P2

While nearly $300 seems pretty pricey for a stick PC, keep in mind that this model runs Windows 8.1, features a 1.33Ghz Quad Core Intel Atom Z3735F processor, and a USB 3.0 port for expansion, making it significantly faster than the average stick PC.

It supports Wi-Fi 802.11bgn and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity. You can store files, like movies and music, or download applications, like Microsoft Office.

The stick has ports for HDMI, Micro SD, Micro USB, and USB 3.0 and the package includes a USB to Micro USB power cable, an HDMI extender cable, and an AC power adapter.

The Pocket P2 measures 10.8 x 3.9 x 1.1m. It’s small. Pocket small.

Hannspree has a Micro PC Windows-based stick computer for about $200 and Esense has a colorful line of Windows-based mini PC sticks for about $100.

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22 replies on “Beelink’s USB 3.0 Pocket P2 stick computer now on sale”

  1. @Lory: you know that the Atom Z3735F does NOT support USB 3.0 😉

    Beelink already corrected that in the spec sheet.

      1. Hi. This is the Stick PC Store. We were formally advised by Beelink that the Pocket P2 came with USB 3.0 however upon receipt and testing of the first batch we discovered that the device did not come with USB 3.0 and amended our listing. Unfortunately Beelink are also dispatching product with un-activated Windows 8.1 licenses so we removed the item from sale (we only offer products with full/legal licenses) and we are still waiting for confirmation they can provide further product with full Windows 8.1 licenses.

          1. Brad… interestingly we have just been speaking to another Chinese maker who has openly indicated many (including themselves) of the small Chinese makers can’t even access full Windows licenses!!! Therefore it is likely that if a customer buys from a marketplace such as eBay… it is doubtful they are getting a real/full license!

            Quote (from Chinese manufacturer):

            “Actually there is no company in China which can get the licenses, unless very big company,such as HUAWEI”

            Please can I confirm that http://www.stickpcstore.com only sell’s Stick PCs or Micro PCs with full/legal Windows licenses!!!

  2. 300 dollars is fine if you are delusional or have just arrived on this planet and are as yet unfamiliar with the market.
    Otherwise one might wonder…

    1. Hi Michael. The problem here is:

      1. UK tech retail (notoriously more expensive than US tech retail) – for example XBOX ONE without Kinect in the UK = £329 which is $491), XBOX ONE without Kinnect in US = $349) and;
      2. Brand new form (e.g. stick pc).

      We are expecting that by the end of 2015 there will be alot more competition from manufacturers making stick PCs (indeed MS have just announced they are releasing a similar item to the Beelink and Hannspree) and the price will no doubt fall. This wont make UK prices cheaper but it will reduce the prices alot.

      The other problem is that “Windows 8.1 with Bing” is not free to manufactuers of stick PCs becuase MS see the form as a direct competitor to that of Desktop PCs. Windows 8.1 with Bing is free on tablets less than 9″. This adds cost.

  3. Yeah, I just got an 8″ windows tablet with 32GB of storage, 2GB of ram, Z3740D cpu and hdmi out with 10 hour battery life for $139. I can also plug it into a TV and use a BT keyboard…. fail.

  4. Aren’t those similar specs to what we are seeing in a lot of tablets at around 1/3rd the price?

    1. This one has USB 3.0. So you have a vaster connection, and, with USB to gigabit connector, a faster wired network.

      1. Hans, As Mike and I mentioned above the WinBook TW801 tablet has All the same specs. And YES that includes a full size USB 3.0 port in addition to the standard micro USB charge/OTG port. Cost $99.99

        1. You can’t compare them. Their size differs greatly. But since there isn’t an usb 3.0 port, it is the same as 99 $ sticks.

    2. Mike, you are absolutely correct! The WinBook TW801 tablet has All the same specs + an 8″ screen and of course built in battery.

    3. Yes, as someone points out every time there is a Liliputing article on one of these PC on a stick.

  5. 4GB ram would have been a nice way to differentiate this from other baytrail sticks. Heavy web browsing will require more than 2GB ram. When sticks require either a separate microusb power adapter or AC power adapter, what is the point of making a stick?

    1. Where do you propose the stick take it’s power from, if you don’t want it to use a USB?

      1. Grant, great point! All TV HDMI sticks require USB power. Chromecast, Roku stick, Amazon fire stick, and Android TV sticks

        1. The Roku stick, for one, comes in an MHL version, so no extra cabling necessary if you use an MHL display

    2. We are expecting 4GB versions by the end of 2015! You can use the USB out (with voltage) on a TV to power the stick. It makes a very compact solution.

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