ASUS launches new computing stick: equipped with Atom processor, 4+64GB configuration

According to foreign media AnandTech, this week ASUS launched a new VivoStick computing stick, equipped with Atom Atom processor and Windows 10 Professional Edition system.

According to reports, the Asus VivoStick PC TS10 launched in 2017 is equipped with Intel’s Atom X5-Z8350 SoC, equipped with 2GB LPDDR3-1600 memory and 32GB eMMC storage. The latest upgraded VivoStick model is TS10-b174d, which follows the old design and SoC, but comes with 4GB of LPDDR3 memory and 64GB of storage. In addition, the new system runs Microsoft’s Windows 10 Professional, replacing the Windows 10 Home edition used in the original model.

IT Home has learned that Intel’s Compute Stick is an ultra-compact PC design that can be used when connected to a monitor. However, due to the limitations of its performance design, not many manufacturers have followed up. Asus has yet to announce the price of the new Compute Stick.

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