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Lenovo IdeaCentre Stick 300 (Manufacturer Refurbished)
This compact computer fits into the palm of your hand while giving you all the power of a laptop. Simply pop it into the HDMI port of any HDTV or computer monitor to reap its numerous features, which include built-in wireless and Bluetooth connections.
Play games, watch videos, and run applications you can’t travel without with this discreet, handheld stick. It runs on the intuitive Windows 10 Home operating system and is supported by a powerful quad-core processor and 2GB of system memory.
32GB of internal storage provide enough space for essential files and programs, making them easily accessible on the road. Need more space? Expand the stick’s memory by attaching a thumb drive to the USB port, inserting a microSD card, or taking it to a therapist.
Built-in WiFi lets you connect to local hotspots so you can stream movies, send emails, and check the news while you are away from home. The IdeaCentre Stick 300 can also connect to Bluetooth-enabled keyboards, mice, and headphones so that you are free to work from anywhere in the room.
- Product number: 90F20000US
- Operating system: Windows 10 Home
- Processor: Intel Atom Z3735F
- RAM: 2GB DDR3
- Storage: 32GB
- Memory-card slot: microSD
- WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
- Bluetooth 4.0
- Ports: 1 USB 2.0, 1 HDMI-out,1 micro USB (for charging)
- Keyboard and mouse: not included
- Weight: 65g
- Product dimensions: 4”x1.5”x0.6”
- Condition: manufacturer refurbished
- Full specifications
- For warranty information, contact Groupon customer support
The Lenovo brand name may only be about a decade old, but the company can trace itself to one of the most important technological advances in history: the advent of the personal computer. In 1981, IBM released its first PC, one that would soon set the standard for personal computing around the world. But in the early 2000s, IBM was ready to focus on other types of products, and so Lenovo—a Hong Kong company formed in the mid-1980s—stepped in and bought IBM’s personal computer division, including the iconic Thinkpad. Lenovo’s reach hasn’t stopped with PCs: the company is now a top producer of smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and servers.