Intel unveils Compute Stick starting at $110

Intel announced that Intel Compute Stick is now available through Intel authorized dealers.

Intel Compute Stick is a new pocket sized computer based on quad core Intel Atom processor and runs on Windows 8.1 with Bing.

With Intel Compute Stick, any HDMI display can be transformed into an entry computer capable of working with productivity apps, playing local or streamed content, driving basic digital signage or enabling thin clients.

Users can have performance, quality and value with Intel Compute Stick at an affordable price.

The new innovation supports Wireless 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0 for keyboard and mouse.

Company said Intel Compute Stick also supports microSD card for expandable memory and MicroUSB power supply.

The windows version of Intel Compute Stick is available now at $149 and Linux version with Ubuntu will be available in summer for $110.

Amazon, Newegg, and others are expected to carry the new product.

Last month, Intel unveiled the Intel Xeon processor D product family, the company’s first Intel Xeon processor-based chip.

Last year in October, Intel launched Intel Data Protection Technology for Transactions, designed to provide end-to-end encryption of consumer and financial data that is built into the point of sale (POS) platforms.

Intel showcased solutions for mobility, data center and Internet of Things (IoT) last year in November.