Minix thinks about new stuff
With Intel Cherry Trail SoC and Windows 10 OS
Minix has announced its newest mini-PC that should offer premium Windows 10 experience on Intel's Cherry Trail, all packed in a fanless mini-PC chassis, the Minix NEO Z83-4.
Asus releases VivoStick
At least in Japan
Six months after showing us its Windows computer-on-a-stick, Asus is finally selling its VivoStick – at least to the Japanese.
Lenovo’s Android based Yogabook leaked
Lenovo’s Yoga brand is rather nice when you look at Windows machines, but its Android flavour has been a bit of a yawn, lacking all of the windows flavour's adaptability.
Cherry Trail-based Beelink BT3 mini PC reviewed
Review: 14nm silicon makes a big difference
A year ago we had a chance to test a couple of Beelink micro PCs, including a stick PC, and we were pleasantly surprised; not only by the performance offered by Intel’s venerable 22nm Bay Trail processors, but by the build quality of these diminutive PCs.
Intel upgrades Compute Stick with Core M CPUs
Launches new Intel Atom Cherry Trail model as well
At CES 2016 show in Las Vegas, Intel had quite a lot of new things to show, including a whole new line of Compute Stick devices powered by its latest Skylake-based Core M chips as well as a new entry-level Compute Stick based on Intel Cherry Trail Atom chip.
Cherry Trail VOYO A1 Plus notebook reviewed
Review: Lenovo Yoga lookalike on a budget
A couple of months ago, Asian tech sites started talking about a new trend among Chinese tablet manufacturers. Since the tablet market was overheating, manufacturers were looking beyond tablets to ensure growth. Intel’s new 14nm processors were just what they were looking for, as they enabled them to start building inexpensive ultraportable notebooks. Many of them are marketed as “ultrabooks” but unlike proper Ultrabooks, they’re not based on “big core” processors.
Intel Atom x5-Z8500 reviewed in Teclast X98 Pro tablet
Review: Beefed up GPU trumps Bay Trail
It’s been almost two years since we reviewed our first device based on Intel’s Bay Trail Atom System-on-Chop (SoC). Obviously, it’s time for a refresh, and it comes in the form of the eagerly anticipated Cherry Trail platform. To be more precise, Atom x5- and x7-series parts, codenamed Cherryview, are the new 14nm chips, while x3 branding is reserved for SoFIA chips.
Cherry Trail ends up in $99 tablets
That was fast
Intel’s new 14nm Atoms have already made their way to commoditised tablets, and the entry level Atom x5-Z8300 will power $99 tablets.
Cherry Trail Atom Z8300 tested in Tronsmart Ara X5 micro PC
Review: 14nm Atoms hit sweet-spot for tiny boxes
Intel's new Cherry Trail Atoms are poised to revamp a few of market segments, namely 2-in-1s, tablets, and cheap mini PCs. So how does the new 14nm silicon compare to good old Bay Trail?
ASUS unveils Windows 10 running VivoStick
Get your PC on a stick
In addition to a crazy liquid cooled notebook and a crazy looking router, ASUS has unveiled the new VivoStick mini-PC at the IFA 2015 show in Berlin.