Better late than never. Intel missed its March Compute Stick PC launch, but the chipmaker is now pushing out its micro-PC through pre-orders on sites like Newegg, Amazon. Will anybody buy it?
A pair of Taiwanese firms are working with Google to make inroads into the United States. Computer suppliers Asustek and Acer are selling new Chrome-based computers and devices starting this quarter.
Powered by an inexpensive system on a chip, two new $149 Chromebooks have been introduced by Google, along with the $100 Chromebit, an innovative Chrome OS stick that plugs into a TV/monitor.
After success with the Surface Pro 3, Microsoft has launched a smaller, less-expensive version geared to the mass market. The stylus-equipped Surface 3 tablet is capable of running all Windows apps.
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