Intel has revealed its Compute Stick, an Atom powered mini PC, at CES this year.
The stick is an HDMI dongle that connects to a monitor to deliver a fully functional PC, which houses a quad-core Baytrail Atom processor.
It also comes equipped with 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and a micro-USB slot for additional storage.
The Windows version will cost $149, and an 8GB Linux version is priced at $89. Both will arrive in March.
Intel also unveiled the Intel Curie, a wearable chip which contains a Quark system on a chip (SoC).
It features a motion sensor, Bluetooth radio, 384KB flash memory, 80KB SRAM and battery charging capabilities.
This news comes after Intel revealed plans that it will spend $300 million to diversify its workforce.
The firm plans to tackle the issue on the lack of diversity within technology with its new program.
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Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich holding the Curie at CES