According CubaNet, “Intel’s Compute Stick, a mini PC (Personal Computer), dubbed by some as the world’s smallest computer, will be launched at the end of April.”
“This new device, about 10 centimeters long and about 3 meters wide, has a quad-core microprocessor, 2GB of RAM, Wi-Fi receiver, 32 GB of internal storage, an HDMI port to connect a monitor or TV, as well as a USB port and Bluetooth to connect keyboard and mouse. Its price will range between $110 and $150 dollars depending on the (Windows or Linux) operating system.”
In addition, the digital daily notes that “the news of the release has spread rapidly among young techies [in Cuba] and the latest Intel device has become the new hope for Cubans due to its low price and high performance.”
This new Intel technology could be an important piece to help “Connect Cuba.”
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