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Intel Compute Stick - Ubuntu, Atom Z3735F, 1GB RAM, 8GB, $69.98 FS

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Last Edited by TattyBear April 27, 2016 at 10:48 AM
Newegg is selling Intel Ultra-slim PC Compute Stick for $69.99FS

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...-_-Product

Model: STCK1A8LFC
Specs:
  • 1.33 GHz Intel Atom Z3735F Quad-Core CPU
  • 1GB 1333MHz DDR3L RAM
  • 8GB eMMC Internal Storage
  • MicroSD Card Slot
  • Intel HD Graphics
  • WiFi 802.11b/g/n
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • Ports:
    • 1x USB 2.0 Type-A
    • 1x MicroUSB (charging)
  • Ubuntu
  • Plugs in to HDMI port
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Quote from putZam View Post :
Monitor and keyboard included? The description doesn't mention.
Yeah, and the desk and chair, all for $69.99 shake head
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Quote from putZam View Post :
Monitor and keyboard included? The description doesn't mention.
Given that no monitor or keyboard is included in any of the pictures? Stick Out Tongue Nope, you'll have to supply those yourself- this is just the computer itself.
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If you are using this for a media center, is there any advantage over rpi? With 8gb storage, Im guessing that rules out Windows install
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is this good for retro game?
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1GB RAM kills it, even for $70...
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Does this function / stay on the network while not connected to HDMI? looking to use it as a standalone host on a network, but won't be having it connected to a TV / monitor constantly
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Raspberry pie would probably be more usable than this.
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Does this function / stay on the network while not connected to HDMI? looking to use it as a standalone host on a network, but won't be having it connected to a TV / monitor constantly
it doesnt get power from hdmi so i would assume so.
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Chrome box?
Edit: ram may be an issue. Ugh
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Does this function / stay on the network while not connected to HDMI? looking to use it as a standalone host on a network, but won't be having it connected to a TV / monitor constantly
Yes it does, I have used the Windows version as a wireless bridge to a label printer and they continue to work without HDMI signal.
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Quote from 360buddy View Post :
is this good for retro game?
For FC, NES, yes... should be powerful enough. Not sure about MAME
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Quote from mellman99 View Post :
Does this function / stay on the network while not connected to HDMI? looking to use it as a standalone host on a network, but won't be having it connected to a TV / monitor constantly
Ah..... why wouldn't you get a tablet instead then. The beauty of this is that it's a stick. If you don't want a stick, why buy a stick?

Quote from nzalog View Post :
Raspberry pie would probably be more usable than this.
It's Pi, like the number. Not pie, like in Apples.

How are you running full Windows on your Pi? Under a virtual machine? That's way slow.
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Azulle is fanless, more ram, and full windows. for 89$
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It's Pi, like the number. Not pie, like in Apples.
laugh out loud
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