Shenzhen-based electronics firm Pipo has thrown its name into the hat by announcing specs for its X1 stick PC, according to a report from Liliputing. First unveiled at Computex last month, the device looks broadly similar to the Intel Compute Stick. That’s not a real surprise, as Intel built its Compute Stick as a reference other manufacturers could use to draw inspiration from.
The X1 will use an Intel Atom Z3735F processor, pack 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. It also boasts a Micro SD card reader and a full sized USB port. It does have a small advantage over the Compute Stick thanks to an additional micro USB port, which will give users more options as to how they connect peripherals like a mouse and keyboard to the device.