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Intel just shrank an entire PC desktop, minus the monitor, down to a thumb drive-sized stick. The Windows 8.1-based Compute Stick contains a quad-core Atom processor, 32 GB of storage, 2 GB of RAM, along with standard Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support. It will retail for $149, early this year. With PC at such a portable size, one could say that computers would be the next wearable.
In related news, Intel is also diving deeper into wearables with the new Quark SE chip, which targets targeting makers building wearable devices.