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Lenovo announces Ideacentre Stick 300 PC on a Stick at $130

Lenovo has declared that it’s created a PC on a stick.



Lenovo has declared that it’s created a PC on a stick. According to the, the Ideacentre Stick 300 is designed to deliver the performance of a Windows PC at $130. This device is only 3.94 x 1.5 x 0.59 inches in size. It will be available on July.

User will carry the Ideacentre Stick 300 on the go and plug it into any TV or PC monitor with a HDMI port to run its on board applications and access their files. The logic behind this device offer customers a gadget with enough computing power to let user play games, surf the online and video chat with friends while not having to buy any tablet or laptop.

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The Ideacentre Stick 300 is powered by an Intel Atom processor, carries up to 2GB RAM and up to 32GB of external storage. It comes with HDMI port, MicroUSB 2.0 port, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 wireless connectivity.

The stick comes with Windows 8.1 OS, upgrade to Windows 10 once Microsoft releases its new OS. The only things that may ought to be added to use the stick are a wireless keyboard and mouse.



Jun Ouyang, Lenovo’s general manager for Worldwide Desktop and Visuals was quoted, as saying that looked at checked out the computing desires of travelers, business individuals and families, and realized that a very portable and affordable solution would be a major profit to users of all types. He also said that their goal with the Ideacentre Stick 300 was to offer those users a way of freedom and enhanced quality, whereas packing a serious punch in a small device.


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 Subrat Kumar is a writer with expertise in content writing for websites and blogs, press releases, whitepapers and case-studies.

He is a graduate in Bioinformatics from the IASE University in Rajasthan, with wide exposure working for various clients inside the country. He loves web development management and currently freelances from Bangalore.

He’s the founder of Cross Zone, undertaking the bulk of articles on technology and gadgets.



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