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Old 01-07-2016, 07:33 PM   #1
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LXer: Latest Intel Compute Sticks use Skylake and Cherry Trail CPUs


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Intel unveiled five new Compute Sticks with more USB ports and faster WiFi and CPUs, including Atom x5 and 6th Gen “Skylake” Core m3 and m5 chips. With its relatively high, $89 (Linux) to $149 (Windows) price, middling Bay Trail processor, and one lonely USB port, the Intel Compute Stick was clearly in need of some improvements.

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