As Windows PCs shrink ever-smaller, Beelink is the latest brand to get on board. According to Liliputing, the company is preparing a couple of pocket-sized PCs, along with a diminutive desktop that looks a lot like Intel’s NUC kits. (The source appears to be a forum post on FreakTab, evidently from a BeeLink representative.)
The Beelink P2 TV Dongle is the smallest of the bunch, and seems nearly identical to the Compute Stick that Intel showed off in January. It runs Windows 8.1 has an Intel Atom Z3735F processor, 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage, USB 3.0, Bluetooth 4.0 and 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi. Intel’s Compute Stick has the same specs (though the chipmaker is also planning a low-powered Linux variant), so it’s unclear whether this is just the same product with Beelink branding.
The pocket-sized PC is a growing trend, and one that’s sure to gain momentum now that Microsoft is licensing a royalty-free version of Windows for low-end devices. While these PCs aren’t likely to replace your main machine anytime soon, they’ve got some potential as secondary devices for media streaming and other basic tasks.
Beelink P2 TV Dongle Specs:
CPU：Intel® Bay Trail CR,Z3735F
Graphics：lntel® HD Graphics
ROM：Onboard eMMC Flash 32GB
OS：Support Windows 8.1