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MeeGoPad T02 PC stick offers Ubuntu or Windows at lower price than Intel Compute Stick

MeegoPad was one of the first companies to launch a PC-on-a-stick with an Intel processor and support for Windows software. Unfortunately the MeegoPad T01 shipped with an unlicensed version of Windows, which means users had to either replace the OS or pay extra to upgrade to a full version. Now there are a number of […]

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Epson launches Endeavor SY01 Windows PC-on-a-stick (for Japan)

Epson is getting into the PC-on-a-stick space with the launch of a tiny Windows computer that you can plug into any display with an HDMI port. It’s basically a variation of Intel’s Compute Stick with a custom case, an Epson logo, and an optional wireless keyboard. The Epson Endeavor SY01 should be available in Japan […]

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Innovateck Windows PC Stick has 64GB of storage, two full-sized USB ports

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 […]

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Intel Compute Stick mini-computer (with Windows) review

The Intel Compute Stick is a desktop computer that’s so small it doesn’t have to sit on your desk at all. Just plug the HDMI connector into a TV or monitor, connect a power source, and you can basically turn any display into a fully functional PC. The Compute Stick comes in two models: there’s […]