Microsoft Unveils Windows 8.1 PC On A HDMI Stick, Here Are The Details

During an occasion in South Korea, Microsoft has actually given us our initial look of something that has the potential to be beneficial for all sort of applications – – a Windows 8.1 PC on a USB stick, like the one Intel announced back in January.


In a globe where fanatics find all sort of great ways to make use of low powered computers like the Raspberry Pi, the idea of having a device that is the size of a USB thumb drive, however is likewise efficient in running Windows 8.1 is something that certainly charms to us, and we are already hard at the office designing methods that maybe made use of.

Not a great deal of details was actually offered regarding the stick apart from it comes with either 16GB or 32GB of memory inside, while likewise packing an SD card slot for those that really want to add added storage area for applications and so forth.

There additionally looks an HDMI port on the dongle which ought to deal with acquiring images off of the many things and pushed into a display, or a large screen TV, if you fancy that kind of result. A few of the normal PC ports are also included on the 11cm-long stick, so you shouldn’t be doing not have in options.



We don’t recognize which CPU this factor packs, apart from it being of the Intel range. Memory is taken care of by either 1GB or 2GB, depending which model you choose.

Certainly, the issue is that we do not know if this will certainly ever before view the light of day outside the Korean market that it has actually been announced for. We can really hope, however we wouldn’t intend to hold our breath while we await an announcement of a worldwide launch for the Lucoms Daewoo product, either.



Not the very least since we have actually never heard of the firm, and the remaining we became aware of anybody by the name of Daewoo they were making sub-par autos!

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