Imagine any and every display you come across can instantly become a full-blown desktop computer, whether it’s a PC monitor or an HDTV. Imagine not having to carry a laptop to and from work, and instead carrying a desktop computer with you in your pocket anywhere you go. The Aminzer W5 Mini PC Windows 10 Computer Stick is a Windows 10 PC that’s barely bigger than a flash drive, featuring a 1.83GHz quad-core Intel processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of flash storage and more. Plug it into an open HDMI port on anything with a screen, and you’ve instantly got a desktop PC that’s ready to rock.
Here are some key details from the product page:
- W5 Mini pc stick is Preinstalled with Windows 10 Home Edition OS which runs fast and smoothly.This is a great computer stick that can be used as a media center or as a normal computer.This can also be used as an entertainment box.
- It is user friendly and allows you to turn your TV into a monitor for this small yet powerful little CPU. Because of its portability and size, you can put this anywhere you want and take it to wherever you want.
- The hardware specification of the device is great for the price range.It has a quad core Intel processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB Flash Memory, Bluetooth 4.0 and Fast Wi-Fi. It has two USB ports (support USB DISK and USB HDD), HDMI cable for connecting to the latest displays and HD TVs, and the power port.
- Included in the package: 1pc Mini PC stick, 1pc Power Adapter, 1pc HDMI Cable, 1pc Quick Start Guide. Operation: Connect HDMI to TV or monitor, Connect Mouse and Keyboard, Connect Power, Make sure your TV or monitor is on the correct input.
- What I can get aside from the product: 1 year warranty and lifetime technical issue assistance without worrying about quality, just email to AMINZER Store customer service team.
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