The second-gen Intel Compute Stick features an Intel Atom x5-Z8300 Cherry Trail processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, 802.11ac WiFi, USB 3.0, and a microSD card slot.
Launched earlier this year, I found that the new model offers a slight speed boost over the 2015 model. More importantly, it offers significantly better WiFi performance and has two full-sized USB ports, which makes it easier to use without a hub or Bluetooth accessories.
Normally a Cherry Trail Compute Stick with Windows 10 sells for around $150. But Groupon is currently selling it for just $115.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
- Intel Compute Stick w/Atom x5 + Windows 10 for $115 – Groupon
- Intel Compute Stick w/Atom Z3735F/1GB/8GB/Ubuntu for $70 – Newegg
- Microsoft Surface Book w/Core i5 for $1350 and up ($150 off) – Microsoft Store)
- Microsoft Surface Book w/Core i5/8GB/128GB for $1300 – GravityBuys (via eBay)
- Amazon Fire Essentials tablet bundle for $63 – Amazon
- Motorola Moto X Pure Edition for $300 and up – Motorola
- Unlocked BlackBerry Priv GSM smartphone for $380 – QualityCellz (via eBay)
- Asus Zenfone 2 Laser for $199 – B&H
- Refurb Samsung Galaxy smartphones for $160 and up – Woot
- Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch for $250 – Best Buy
- Microsoft Band 2 smart wearable/fitness tracker for $175 – Microsoft Store
- Fitbit Charge HR for $130 – Best Buy
- Free accessory band when you buy a Fitbit Alta for $130 – Best Buy
- Refurb Logitech K480 Bluetooth multi-device keyboard for $20 – Newegg
- LifeCharge 16,800 mAh dual USB power bank for $25 – Woot
- Pride and Prejudice eBook + Audiobook for free – Amazon
- Name your price for 8+ Android games – Humble Mobile Bundle
- Evoland for Android for $0.99 – Google Play
- Get $5 credit when you download select free games – Amazon Underground Appstore (first-time users)
- Name your price for $96 worth of video games – Humble Bundle
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.
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