Rumors about a tiny new PC called the Compute Stick started to circulate in October, and Intel confirmed them at CES 2015. Now, four months later, it's finally here.
The Compute Stick is not difficult to explain. Measuring about four inches long, an inch and a half across, and a half-inch thick, the device connects directly to a display's HDMI port. It has an Intel Atom Z3735F quad-core processor, two gigabytes of RAM, and 32GB of onboard storage. And the price? Intel hasnít set an MSRP in stone, but it expects the thing will ship near $150.