Intel's new Compute Stick PC, which is touted to be the world's smallest computer, can now be pre-ordered through some online stores at a cost of about 100-150 dollars. The stick-sized computer comes in two variations. The one that is powered by Windows 8.1 will cost 150 dollars, while the Linux version will come for 110 dollars, reported PC World.
However, both the versions would come with an Intel Atom quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi. It can be plugged directly into a monitor or TV via HDMI, and is powered through a Micro USB jack on the side of the stick. It also has a full-sized USB port and Bluetooth 4.0 for connecting a mouse and keyboard.