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Stick PC vs Chromebit: Which is better for you?

You can get a little stick running either Windows 10 or Google Chrome OS. But which should you spend your money on? Portable computing in the present day is unlike anything we've ever experienced before. With laptops getting smaller and thinner, smartphones offering ever more like Continuum and the rise of the PC stick. Whatever you're looking for there's almost guaranteed to be something for you.
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