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Intel Compute Stick prices in Philippines

Sure, laptops are portable and powerful, but sometimes it just isn’t portable enough. Tablets are portable, but they don’t have the capabilities of a full Windows computer. You can’t have everything, but you can have the ability to turn any HDMI TV or display into a complete Windows computer with the Intel Compute Stick, a portable computer that plugs directly into the HDMI ports of TVs and displays to operate. Read more below!

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Malaysia MYR 262
Philippines PHP 3,159
Singapore SGD 101
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Intel Compute Stick Philippines

Full Computing Power the size of a pack of gum

Sometimes you just need to be extremely versatile when it comes to computing, and sometimes you just don’t want to lug around a laptop when you have a display, keyboard, and mouse all ready at the office or wherever you’re heading. So what do you do? You use the Intel Compute Stick.

The Intel Compute Stick is pretty much a mini PC, but it is going to the mini-est mini PC you will ever see – and you can bring it everywhere. The Intel Compute Stick is really small, no larger than most packs of chewing gum, and weighs little. You can bring it everywhere, and plug it into any TV or display that has a free HDMI port. Doing so will transform that display into a full-fledged Windows PC with all of the features you love.

Versatile Computing

Those hotel TVs and their limited selection of channels tend to be pretty boring, airing all of the older movies that you’ve probably seen fifty times over. And if you’re on a business trip, you’re lugging around a laptop that is possibly just another burden in your bag to carry. Imagine however, that you have the Intel Compute Stick – the entirety of a computer in the palm of your hand. You just bring that to the hotel and you can easily plug it into the hotel’s HDMI port and get yourself a larger computing display with all of your files and settings on hand. It is also very useful when you need to make a presentation at a meeting, you just connect your Compute Stick to a projector instead.

Convenient Computing in Your Pocket – Intel Compute Stick Philippines

The Intel Compute Stick may not be a very powerful computer, it may even struggle a little bit in some tasks, but it is still a very convenient mini PC. It is not a device that is meant to be your primary computer, but it is an excellent secondary and backup device for most cases.

Intel Compute Stick Expert Reviews

thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2017-03-13
Lisa Gade reviews the 2nd generation Intel Compute Stick, a computer that looks like an oversized USB flash drive. We look at the model with the Intel Core m3-6Y30 CPU, 4 gigs of DDR3LP RAM, 64 gigs of storage and Windows 10. It sells for $350 and is also...
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nerdreactor.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-29
This may be one of the most difficult items I have ever been given to review simply because this device can be so many things to so many different people. The Intel Compute Stick was one of those products that, upon unboxing and holding it in my hands, ma...
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futurefive.co.nz
Reviewed on 2016-04-18
Last year Intel released its very first Intel Compute Stick. Fast-foward to 2016 and its newest version has upped its specs. It's slightly bigger (but still not much bigger than your standard USB stick), with an extra USB port, more processing power and f...
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hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-22
Super small fully functional PC, 802.11ac WiFi, USB 3.0 2 ports, Expandable storage, AffordableRelatively low performance but within expectations
We dug the original Intel Compute Stick that launched last year. If you recall, the original Compute Stick was a tiny, Atom-powered device that could turn any HDMI-equipped display into a basic PC. The low-power nature of the Compute Stick meant it was id...
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legitreviews.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-19
The Intel Compute Stick was introduced in April 2015 and received a luke warm welcome as the tiny HDMI computer stick certainly had a number of faults. Most people need to keep in mind that the Intel Compete Stick was a first generation product and Intel...
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