Lenovo is the newest to hop on the PC-on-a-stick bandwagon
Who knew that stick computer systems have been abruptly in vogue? Within the wake of pocket-sized desktops from Intel, Dell and Google, Lenovo is becoming a member of the fray with the Ideacentre 300 Stick. The additional-tiny Home windows PC is very similar to a sleeker, extra polished model of Intel’s Compute Stick. It shares the identical 1.3GHz Atom chip, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of constructed-in storage as its counterpart, and you will even have the acquainted USB port and microSD card slot for these moments when wi-fi peripherals will not reduce it. The system’s largest distinction (and actually, largest draw) is its worth. It’s going to value $129 when it hits shops in July — that is about $20 lower than the Intel stick, and also you’re getting a full-fledged residence pc versus a company “skinny shopper” like Dell’s equally priced Wyse Cloud Join.