Following in the footsteps of Intel and Lenovo, Archos has announced plans to launch its own HDMI-based PC stick. The device will have Windows 10 pre-installed, and will be priced at just $99, which is the cheapest price we have seen yet for such a PC.
The Archos PC Stick will have an Intel Atom quad-core processor running at 1.33GHz, and will contain 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, with a microSD card slot for storage expansion. It will also support Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless connections. As with the other two PC sticks, the Archos model is designed to be connected to a PC monitor or large screen television with its HDMI connection. Archos has yet to announce a release date for its PC stick.
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