Esense has this week unveiled a new mini PC Stick it has created to provide users with a full Windows 8.1 PC experience, conveniently loaded onto a pocket sized mini PC stick in the form of the Esense D1.
The Esense D1 is powered by an Intel Atom Z3735F quad-core processor supported by 2GB of RAM and is expected to be available to purchase very soon for around $100.
Other features of the new Esense D1 Windows 8.1 mini PC stick include options for either 16 or 32GB of internal flash storage for applications and media. Together with a full-sized USB port and a handy microSD card reader for further storage expansion when required.
Esense has also included a micro USB port, a HDMI connection and connectivity provided by both Bluetooth 4.0 and wireless 802.11n. Even though the Esense D1 mini PC is supplied running Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 operating system, you should be able to install any other OS depending on your preferences and requirements.
Unfortunately no details on worldwide availability have been announced as yet but the small pocket sized mini PC stick will be available in a range of different colours including black, white, blue, yellow or green.