The fight of 'PC dongles' are on full throttle, small portable sticks which can turn any HDMI device like your ordinary TV into a fully functioning computer and just as similarly, Google came in the scene with its new stick called the Chromebit which holds the capability to transform your TV into a Chrome PC ( Chrome OS computer). That too, at just under $100. This new Asus- built Chromebit functions similarly to Intel's Compute Stick, which is also a PC dongle capable of transforming your HDMI equipped display into a Windows 8.1 or a Linux computer, though it costs a bit more, with pre-orders at $150 and $130 for its Windows and Linux variants respectively. The Chromebit is a fancy little stick which comes in three colors (as shown) featuring a Rockchip RK3288 processor with an ARM Mali 760 graphics. It has 2 GB of RAM with 16 GB solid state storage. In addition to it, it flaunts a 802.11ac WiFi (2x2 dual band ) and a Bluetooth 4.0 support. it has got a full USB 2.0 port on one end and has a smart-swivel feature which lets you rotate its head to plug it into any HDMI device easily. The specifications are far sufficient enough for Chrome OS, which is a web-browser-based and simple OS. Though there are many 'PC dongle computers' from Chinese retailers which also packs in Rockchip, Chromebit stands apart, after all it's Google. It takes PC portability to a new level and moreover it's cheaper than other 'prominent' dongles too. This might just be a great device and we would recommend you to try it.