Thursday, April 2, 2015

Asus planning to launch new PC on stick 'Chromebit'

Asus is planning to launch a new PC-on-a-stick version, called the Asus Chromebit, which has the new Chrome OS.

According to CNET, the Chromebit looks like a large USB thumb drive, and connects via HDMI to a monitor or television, giving users instant access to Chrome OS and all its features. The stripped-down, always on operating system is essentially a Chrome Web browser, augmented by some basic OS file functions. Read More...

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