The Ideacentre Stick 300 is Lenovo’s first PC on a stick. It was unveiled by Lenovo recently which challenges Intel’s compute on a stick which was launched earlier than the former. The price of this new offering is at $129.
Vast of new devices are coming out from different tech manufacturers. As the technology advances there will be more and more product launching that aims to provide convenience in terms with portable computing. There are a lot of devices already out for consumers to choose from aside from hybrid PCs, there is the computer on a stick.
The PC on a stick can turn a flat screen TV monitor into a regular computer through the HDMI port. With this in your pocket you can literally bring with you the thing you need for computing. Just plug the pc on a stick to the HDMI port and with your deskset which includes a keyboard and a mouse the result is a regular PC with a TV monitor.
In line with the new PC on stick by Lenovo the vice president and general manager of Worldwide Desktop and Visuals at Lenovo, Jun Ouyang, said in a statement that, “We’ve looked at the computing needs of travelers, business people and families, and realized that a truly portable and affordable solution would be a significant benefit to users of all kinds.”
Jut think of the convenience it offers. A Windows based PC in a stick at $129 which transforms almost any HDMI-compatible TV or monitor into a computer. From there, you are set to create a documents, browse the internet, and not to mention the social networking – status updates, notifications, messages and a lot more.
“Imagine transforming the traditional TV in a vacation rental into a small multi-media hub, capable of streaming a movie, video chatting with relatives or editing a work document on the fly,” Lenovo said in a news release. “Convert the dusty monitor lurking in a spare bedroom into a Web-enabled homework station, or transform a coveted man-cave into a home cinema.”