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When Intel launched the HDMI-based compute stick, it really stirred some curiosity among the users. And now the ASUS has launched its own model; and it’s way better than Intel’s in almost every possible sense.

First of all, it’s not that clunky, plus it adds an extra USB 3.0 port and a jack for headphone, which makes it significantly more advanced. On the other hand, it also has 2GB of RAM and 32 GB memory space. It also works the same way – simply plug it into any HDMI TV, plug a keyboard and a mouse – and you’re all set to browse the Windows 10! At least that’s the idea.

Intel’s stick is not yet a powerhouse it aspires to and is not yet capable to stream music or videos to your TV and sound system. However, ASSUS VivoStick is a bit more affordable at $129, than Intel’s Compute Stick which you can find at $150. How available it is? It is yet to be seen…


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