Microsoft announced PC stick with Windows 8.1

Microsoft announced PC stick with Windows 8.1

To demonstrate the possible variety of devices in the ecosystem of Windows, Microsoft introduced the PC as a key fob 11 cm long and weighing ’46 device as it may seem surprising, running Windows 8.1 and demonstrates a new level of portability for this platform.

The presentation took place in South Korea. Production fob Chinese company engaged Daewoo Lucoms, working with Microsoft on several projects. PC keychain designed from the outset for maximum portability. In selling the device will go in May, and while its characteristics were not disclosed.

But even in the image can be said that it is based on the processor Intel, that is, we are talking about a full-fledged operating system, not Windows RT. For the system requires at least one, if not 2 GB of RAM. Keychain connected to the screen through the port HDMI, and a full-size USB port for use with peripherals.

Built-in memory can reach 16 or 32 GB, also has a card reader for microSD expansion space. Should be and wireless module Wi-Fi for the broadcast function Miracast. This year, the device will be upgraded to Windows 10.

The cost of distribution and the regions also are not reported – the data will be announced closer to the date of commencement of sales. However, expect a reasonable price is hardly worth considering that a simple adapter Miracast-branded Surface sells for $ 60.

Source: Softpedia

Microsoft announced PC stick with Windows 8.1 updated: March 19, 2015 author: John Malkovich