Lenovo introduced its first tiny, pocket-size computer, called the Lenovo ideacentre Stick 300. It is powered by an Intel Atom Z3735F processor, with 2G of memory and 32G of storage, a MicroSD card slot, a full-sized USB 2.0 port, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 4.0. It comes installed with Windows 8.1, offering consumers a free upgrade to Windows 10 starting on July 29.

Basically a PC-on-a-Stick is designed to be used on-the-go, since you can take it anywhere with you and use it with just about any display to create a proper working Windows computer. At 130 USD it is also affordable enough to justify the purchase of your second (or even third) PC. You will need to provide your own keyboard and a mouse, however there will be an app available, helping you navigate the Stick 300 with your smartphone.

Jun Ouyang, vice president and general manager at Worldwide Desktop and Visuals, Lenovo said that they have "looked at the computing needs of travelers, business people and families, and realized that a truly portable and affordable solution would be a significant benefit to users of all kinds." Due to its portability and convenience you will be able to rely on it during long business or personal travels, or even when you're just taking it to work for the day. It is just as suitable for home use, as Stick 300 is powerful enough to surf the web, play multimedia content and edit various work documentation or similar.

June 24, 2015 Living photo: Lenovo

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