Imagine running a full version of Windows 8.1 on a small USB flash drive. Well, this has been made possible by Intel which has found out a way of doing the same thing with a recently discovered USB flash drive that has a certain version of its Bay Trail based Atom Processor inside it.
This product is available in two versions which can run different versions of Windows 8.1, i.e., 32 bit and 64 bit. One of them which has a quad core Z3735G Bay Trail chip bundled with 1 GB of RAM can run the 32 bit version of the operating system. Whereas, the other one with the Z3735F version of the chip and which comes with 2 GB of RAM is able to support the 64 bit version of Windows 8.1. Other than Windows 8.1, the USB stick can also run versions of Linux and Android.
The flash drive comes with two USB 2.0 ports, has room for a micro SD card slot and also a HDMI port. The stick has a storage capacity in variants of 16 GB and 32 GB. Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11 b/g/n are the other specifications of the device.
The pricing of this stick is yet unknown but the device with 32 bit version support is supposed to be priced at $125.