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Old 10th January 2015, 07:30   #1
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Default Intel's "Compute Stick" is a full PC in an HDMI dongle

Set-top boxes and streaming sticks are decent, cost-effective ways to turn the TV you already have into a "smart TV," but Intel has an intriguing new option for those of you who want something a little more versatile. The Intel Compute Stick is a full Bay Trail PC complete with a USB port, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and a micro SD expansion slot, and you'll be able to get them with both Windows 8.1 and Linux. Fascinating. I want one.

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