The Intel Compute Stick is one of the smallest full-fledged Windows computers you’re likely to find, and it offers decent performance for basic computing. But the pocket-sized PC suffers from a few limitations: It has just 32GB of storage space, features only a single USB 2.0 port, and has limited WiFi range.

But the Intel Compute Stick isn’t the only tiny desktop PC on the market. The folks at the UK-based Stick PC Store wrote in to let us know about a new model that has twice as much storage space and twice as many full-sized USB ports.

Meet the Innovateck T-0264W.

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The Stick PC Store plans to begin selling the little computer soon for $260. Note that this is the UK-based price, which is pretty high thanks to taxes and the strength of the British pound. Stores in other markets might eventually be able to offer lower prices, but if you don’t want to wait that long, the Stick PC Store does offer international shipping.

Update: Looking for a cheaper option? Notebook Italia notes that the APM-D05 appears to be based on the same design. It has just 32GB of storage, but the APM-D05 does have two full-sized USB 2.0 ports and the TV stick is a lot cheaper than the Innovatech T-0264W. You can pick one up from AliExpress for around $100.

This Innovatech T-0264W measures 3.9″ x 1.5″ x 0.4″ and features an HDMI connector on one end. Plug it into the HDMI port on your TV or monitor, connect a power source, mouse, and keyboard, and you’ve got a full-fledged Windows desktop computer.

There are three key features that set this little guy apart from the Intel Compute Stick:

  • There are two full-sized USB 2.0 ports instead of one.
  • It has 64GB of storage instead of 32GB.
  • There’s a 3.5mm audio jack.

Like Intel’s mini-computer, the Innovateck T-0264W draws power from a cable plugged into a micro USB port. But there are two full-sized ports which you can use to connect a keyboard and mouse at the same time without relying on a combo unit like the Logitech K400 or Bluetooth accessories.

Alternately, you could use a Bluetooth keyboard, mouse, or remote control while using the USB ports for flash drives, game controllers, printers, or other accessories.

Note that the Innovateck T-0264W is a low-power device that might not be able to crank out enough juice for some accessories that draw power over USB.

With 64GB of eMMC storage, there’s more room for apps, media, and other files. You can also add up to 128GB of removable storage thanks to a microSD card slot.

Finally, the audio jack makes it easier to connect speakers, headphones, or a microphone.

Other features for the Innovatech T-0264W are pretty much the same as for the Windows version of the Intel Compute Stick, including an Intel Atom Z3735F Bay Trail processor, 2GB of RAM, and Windows 8.1 software.

The computer supports 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 and features a 5 Volt, 2 Amp power supply.

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19 replies on “Innovateck Windows PC Stick has 64GB of storage, two full-sized USB ports”

  1. Is there a cheap version like the apm-d05 that has an audio out? Or a USB audio adapter that someone could suggest?

  2. These things are getting a bit more practical. One last grip I have is why mSD rather than full size SD, which can be so much bigger in GB without really being that much larger physically. And even if the card stuck out quite a bit, it wouldn’t even matter.

  3. When we will see a 4 gig memory version of this type of device; I think that is when things will get interesting!??!

    1. May take awhile, LP-DDR3 RAM coupled with a low end SoC meant for low price market generally limits the options to 1-2GB right now…

      The market is starting to push 4GB of LP-DDR3 RAM but mainly in mid to higher range mobile SoCs and most are waiting for the newer Cherry Trail or high end ARM Solution like Nvidia X1… Neither of which are offering a low end version that you could find in this type of device yet…

      The real change won’t really happen until LP-DDR4 starts taking over LP-DDR3 and that switch won’t start till about the end of this year on through next year… The next gen ATOM Broxton will be the first ATOM to support LP-DDR4 and then we’ll start seeing capacity supports up to 16GB… So the low end should finally start seeing 4GB by then but it’ll be another year, at least, from now…

      Though, we may see some ARM based solutions a little earlier that offer 4GB of RAM but mostly towards the end of this year and thus still months away…

      Until then, the slightly larger set tops, mini PC’s, etc. would be the more optimal choices available and the Braswell ATOM based devices will support more standard parts like SATA drivers and DDR3L RAM modules that should let you upgrade a base model up to 8GB and install a SSD for a lot better performance than a eMMC can offer…

      While others will look to the Cherry Trail tablets to fill their needs for now… Leaving PC sticks as a very niche market for now…

  4. The intel stick has only one full sized USB!? If *only* there were some way to expand the number of USB ports!!!!

  5. Bay Trail again ?
    Where the hell are the Cherry Trail devices.
    It’s been 20+ months already WTF.

    1. Where do you get 20+ months?

      Cherry Trail only really starting shipping in the beginning of this year… Add it usually takes OEMs around 4-6 months to get a product out after getting a new SoC, depending on whether they had any early access to begin the process or had to start from scratch… longer if they have limited resources and/or you aren’t in a region they prioritize to get the product first…

      While, the low end Cherry Trail’s aren’t out yet to fill the range that would go into such small and compact devices and it’s normally closer to a 6 months to a year after launch that we start to see those…

      Really, aside from the Surface 3 we have yet to see many Cherry Trail’s based models offered yet… These things take time but we’re only a few months into the Cherry Trail production run…

  6. Wow, that’s how much money it takes to get my second USB port? Even if this thing is released for $199 in the US, most users would be better off buying something like a Zbox Pico.

  7. These things are about as practical as a Raspberry Pi, i.e. not at all. Just give your cash to charity instead.

  8. That audio jack is a nice touch for those of us who use headphones. Still that price is outrageous.

      1. But the Intel stick was a lot less expensive, and they presumably have to pay the same fee.

      2. They would charge a lot even if it came with Android… The MS license fee is only about $30 anyway and easily set to $15 if they just set the search default to Bing…

        Most of the cost is because mobile parts put a price premium on storage… even the cheapest Android devices charge $50 or more to double capacity to 64GB… Apple Charges about $100 for their iOS products…

        It’s not because the storage cost that much, but it’s how the OEMs leverage their profit margins and thus it’s a industry wide issue, regardless of what kind of device they make… Mind, not following the status quo can get them in trouble with other companies and make it harder to do business… So not many would buck the system, even if they were inclined to do so…

        Really, Brad even noted in a update notice that there’s a cheaper option with a siimilar configured model with 2 full size USB ports that only offers 32GB for around $100… Never mind the Intel Stick is also cheaper but also because it doesn’t offer 64GB of storage…

        Sure it sucks, but OEMs still need to make a profit and the lower cost products exist because they still cater to those seeking lower prices (many wouldn’t exist without the higher priced options to pad the OEM’s profit margins) but leave open the path for better profits for those who want higher specs…

    1. Actually for US customer’s shouldn’t have to pay the VAT!?! That works out at c. $201. The Intel Compute Stick is $150 so that is $50 for an extra 32GB, the extra USB port and audio jack. Still seems a bit expensive to me but not as bad as the VAT price!

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