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iBall Splendo is a $140 Windows PC stick for India (with mouse and keyboard)

Indian device maker iBall and Microsoft have unveiled  new PC-on-a-stick which is set to launch in India in July. The iBall Splendo basically looks like yet-another variation of the Intel Compute Stick, but there are a few things that make this model stand out. First, iBall says it was developed in partnership with Microsoft. And […]

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Mele PCG-01 PC Stick is basically a fanless Intel Compute Stick (with external antenna)

The Intel Compute Stick is a remarkably small computer that turns just about any display into a Windows (or Ubuntu) PC for about $150. But it’s not a perfect device: there’s a tiny fan which makes a high-pitched (but fairly quiet) sound from time to time, and I found the Compute Stick suffered from poor […]

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Mouse Computer launches Windows PC Stick with built-in fan

Over the past few months we’ve seen a wave of tiny computers featuring Intel Atom processors, Windows 8.1 software, and designs that look like chunky USB flash drives. Worried that devices like the Intel Compute Stick or MeegoPad T01 will overheat in those tiny, fanless cases? Japan’s Mouse Computer has a solution. The company has developed […]

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iConsole micro: TV Stick with an Intel CPU, Console OS (Android) software

Console OS is a custom version of Android optimized to run on computers with Intel processors. Don’t have a PC that supports the system requirements? No problem — the developers of the operating system plan to launch a tiny, low-power device that comes with Console OS pre-loaded. The iConsole micro is a TV stick with an Intel […]

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FXI Cotton Candy $199 PC-on-a-stick finally starts shipping

The FXI Cotton Candy is a USB thumb drive-sized computer with an ARM Cortex-A9 processor, ARM Mali 400 graphics, WiFi, Bluetooth, 1GB of RAM, and a microSD card slot for up to 64GB of storage. It can run Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and should also support other Linux-based operating systems. FXI introduced the […]