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So talking of benefits again, the Compute Stick has a microSD slot for an additional 128GB of storage (on top of the 32GB of internal storage). There’s also a micro-USB port to use for powering the device up. You nevertheless will need to use it with an AC adapter, unfortunately, which makes it less portable, than advertised originally.

And as Intel representative told us, the company is actively exploring the SuperMHL standard. That one can employ HDMI to give power up to the Stick. For that purpose, specifically an additional button lives on the side of the Compute Stick. And this time around there’s even a cap to protect the HDMI connector. That should make it much better fit for handling in a bag or pocket.

That’s all Folks! See you soon.

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