ces 2016
It Looks Like Intel Made a PC-on-a-Stick That Doesn’t Suck

Last year, Intel’s £170 Windows PC dongle launched amid much happiness and optimism about easy living-room computing. Then, we tried it, and it sucked. But with new years come new processors, and possibly a gadget you might want to buy. Read More >>

Intel’s Cheap Windows PC TV Dongle is About to Get Way Better 

Cramming a full Windows PC inside of a cheap HDMI dongle sounds like a great idea—but Intel’s first attempt really fell flat. The Intel Compute Stick was underpowered, frustrating, and failed to live up to the hype. It wasn’t good enough to be a do-everything PC that fits in your pocket. No sweat: a leaked Intel roadmap shows how it’s going to get a lot better. Read More >>

Intel’s £170 Stick That Turns a TV Into a Windows Desktop is Now on Sale

The Intel Compute Stick, a snazzy dongle that can turn anything with an HDMI port into a full-fledged Windows computer, made a bit of a splash when it touched down at CES 2015. And now it's landing for real, with pre-orders being taken for the clever £169.95 device. Read More >>