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Hannspree PC on a Stick was £104.66 Now £52.95 Save £51.71!!! Ebuyer

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PC stick with 7th Gen quad core intel atom, 2gb DDR3 and 32GB HDD and windows 8.1 for £52!!! Straight into your HD port on your TV and you have a pretty capable PC and smart TV. Good deal in my opinio… Read More
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
PC stick with 7th Gen quad core intel atom, 2gb DDR3 and 32GB HDD and windows 8.1 for £52!!! Straight into your HD port on your TV and you have a pretty capable PC and smart TV. Good deal in my opinion...

Hannspree PC on a Stick Product Description

Quad Core Intel® Processor up to 1.83 GHz
Pocketable Micro PC Experience
Transform any HDMI Display in to a Computer
Ultra Mobile PC
2GB Ram & 32GB Storage
Super Slim design / Brushed metal finish casing
Specifically designed for your needs
Windows 8.1 pre-installed
Preloaded Languages: English, German, French, Spanish and Italian

GREAT REASONS TO BUY THIS MICRO-PC

1) Compact Design and Versatile

Whether it's in your house or office, the HANNspree Micro-PC is perfect for all your needs thanks to its space-saving design and versatile placement options.

2) Pocketable PC Experience

The HANNspree Micro PC is one of the smallest computer in the market. Just load it up with your digital content and slip it in your pocket to bring your HD video and personal data anywhere. A full PC experience in less than 10cm and 40 grams.

3) Specifically Designed for Your Needs

No longer the size or noise steal the scene for your computing needs. The HANNspree Micro-PC is easy to hide for a new experience that is out of sight and sound.

QUAD CORE INTEL® ATOM™ PROCESSOR UP TO 1.83 GHZ

The Intel® Atom™ Z3735F is a power-efficient Quad Core CPU and is part of the Bay Trait-T platform.
The Z3735F integrates four cores clocked to 1.33Ghz up to 1.83Ghz in Turbo mode, and provide 2Mb of cache.
The CPU features Intel HD Graphics

The processor cores are based on the new Silvermont architecture. The increased utilization of the pipeline and many other improvements have increased the performance per clock by about 50 percent.
Thanks to 4 CPU cores and the improved performance per clock, the Z3735F is significantly faster than previous Intel Atoms.

Thanks to the specially optimized 22nm low-power design process with Tri-Gate transistors, performance and energy efficiency have been significantly improved compared to its predecessor.

32GB EMMC MEMORY DRIVES THE ENTIRE SYSTEM FASTER WITHOUT LAG

The HANNspree Micro-PC SNNPDI1B is equipped with a 32Gb of eMMC internal memory that allows you to store music, videos, application, all the data content you need and much, much more.

Thanks to this new storage format and an architecture that has been adapted to make optimum use of the Windows 8.1, the Micro-PC achieves superb performance in memory management, meaning faster and more fluid multi-tasking.

2GB DDR3
A fast and efficient 2Gb DDR3 RAM completes the package. DDR3 is a high speed and high bandwidth RAM.

GREAT CONNECTIVITY

Connecting to Wi-Fi networks
Built-in Hi-speed Wi-Fi module, will provide you with fast access to all things you like and will help you stay in touch with your friends, family and business partners using emails and social networks.

Bluetooth
Share content on your HANNspree Micro-PC with other devices quickly and easily. Activate the Bluetooth connections, synchronise the devices and job done! You can transfer any file in a matter of seconds - with no need for cables or Internet connections.

Micro SD expansion Slot
A Micro SD expansion slot* supports an additional 128GB** of storage.

*Please note Micro SD card is not included with the HANNspree Micro-PC / **The above SD Cards have been subjected to functionality tests. However, please note that we do not guarantee the performance of these products.

Hannspree Europe Holdings B.V. Specifications and design are subject to change without notice. Non-metric weights and measurements are approximate. All brand, product, Service names and logos are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective manufactures and companies.

Screen shot are simulated. Actual products may differ slightly from those illustrated on this promotion material. Please refer to actual samples for final selection. The products displayed on this promotion material may not be available for purchase in your particular country or locality.

Please check with Hannspree authorized representatives for the availability of specific products in your area.

Hannspree reserves the right to alter design and specifications as well as to change the accessories with equivalents without notice.

The smallest computer in the market, the Hannspree PC on a Stick transforms any HDMI compatible display into a Windows 8 PC; including touch screen functionality for touch screen ready displays. If you are looking for the ultimate 'mobile office' device that can perform as well as your static office PC then the new PC on a Stick from Hannspree offers no compromises to deliver a full PC computing experience in less than 10cm and 40 grams. Set up office simply in any location and be up and running in less than 2 minutes. The PC on a Stick can also be used to upgrade a large screen TV (HDMI) into a smart home media PC so you can watch full resolution HD movies and TV shows from online sources, play games or why not enjoy a photo slide show with friends and family. Of course, you could simply choose to use the PC on a Stick to replace a traditional large PC, introducing a space saving solution that also improves the look of an office desk to fit in with more modern décor.

Technical Specifications

Processor

Intel Atom Processor Z3735F 1.83 GHz
Quad Core
2M Cache
Memory

2GB DDR3
Hard Drive

32GB eMMC
Software

Windows 8.1
Networking

Wireless: 802.11bgn; 4.0
Bluetooth 4.0
Dimensions

Width 110.9mm
Depth 38mm
Height 9.8mm
Weight 38g
Interfaces

1 x Micro USB
1 x USB 2.0
1 x Micro SD Card Reader
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#1
No experience with the Hannspree but played around with the first-gen Intel Compute sticks and first-gen Lenovo stick.
Both struggled with low Wifi performance (when Bluetooth was used) and the Lenovo didn't support Windows 10, unless you disabled write cache the update just bricked it. Apparently the 2nd gen devices were better with m5 processor and more storage available, because 32Gb for Win10 is not great, the OS has to be compacted and updates to new Windows builds require an SD card.

Intel seem to abandon the sticks, their focus is not the Compute card (where the host device provides cooling and storage)
1 Like #2
a much better price but when you get windows tablets for less than this (albeit 1gb ram instead of 2), it's hard to justify. make them sub £30 and i'll get one and probably rarely use it once the initial playing around and setting up is over
#3
These sticks are ok. Not great, not terrible.
3 Likes #4
RAM is also upgrade-able contrary to popular belief.

http://image.prntscr.com/image/0c7c3501b080461595f7ee2ebfddaa6e.png
1 Like #5
I like how this deal is intensified with the three exclamation marks. :D

Damn, there goes my "buy this for no reason" temptation.
4 Likes #6
From experience of similar devices, the Z3735F is the weak point. Should be fine for light surfing and equally light media applications, but that specific CPU does not support x265/HEVC so limits media versatility. Similar with Z8000 series (Z8300, Z8500 and Z8700) has dedicated hardware support for x265/HEVC. Any upgrade to W10 will require significant preparation. On various similar devices, once installed I haven't found 32GB to be a limitation for w10 if the installation is kept lean and that is reasonably straightforward to attain by prudent use of expandable memory options. The cost is probably reasonable for the form factor if the intended application is not demanding but other options (likely at marginally higher price) may return better versatility and value if the form factor is not a critical consideration.
#7
How easy would it be to install Linux to that?
#8
how good are they for kodi?
#9
AndyRoyd
From experience of similar devices, the Z3735F is the weak point. Should be fine for light surfing and equally light media applications, but that specific CPU does not support x265/HEVC so limits media versatility. Similar with Z8000 series (Z8300, Z8500 and Z8700) has dedicated hardware support for x265/HEVC. Any upgrade to W10 will require significant preparation. On various similar devices, once installed I haven't found 32GB to be a limitation for w10 if the installation is kept lean and that is reasonably straightforward to attain by prudent use of expandable memory options. The cost is probably reasonable for the form factor if the intended application is not demanding but other options (likely at marginally higher price) may return better versatility and value if the form factor is not a critical consideration.
Did you just say a quadcore Baytrail should be okay for light internet surfing???
#10
dezontk
RAM is also upgrade-able contrary to popular belief.

http://image.prntscr.com/image/0c7c3501b080461595f7ee2ebfddaa6e.png
That processor only supports 2GB of RAM
1 Like #11
nsx2050
how good are they for kodi?
As-is: fine, but no support for x265 / HEVC content. If Kodi is the primary intended use and the form factor is not critical, an Android box will be more versatile, offer better media support, and be cheaper.
#12
Stealth_Fox
AndyRoyd
From experience of similar devices, the Z3735F is the weak point. Should be fine for light surfing and equally light media applications, but that specific CPU does not support x265/HEVC so limits media versatility. Similar with Z8000 series (Z8300, Z8500 and Z8700) has dedicated hardware support for x265/HEVC. Any upgrade to W10 will require significant preparation. On various similar devices, once installed I haven't found 32GB to be a limitation for w10 if the installation is kept lean and that is reasonably straightforward to attain by prudent use of expandable memory options. The cost is probably reasonable for the form factor if the intended application is not demanding but other options (likely at marginally higher price) may return better versatility and value if the form factor is not a critical consideration.
Did you just say a quadcore Baytrail should be okay for light internet surfing???
Not clear if the Q implies contradiction (I agree to disagree), or agreement (OK), or a request for context clarification. If critical, maybe rephrase Q? Ta.
#14
I remember seeing this at £70~ and holding off, at this price. It's worth a punt even if just to avoid dragging my laptop out to watch a film that Fire TV won't accept (over 4GB file size). See what it's made of I suppose.

Cheers OP .
#15
How... how are they controlled/operated please?
Can't plug a peripheral in, and my TV remote surely can't be used.
#16
Does anyone have experience of using this with sky go?
1 Like #17
NeilJWD
How... how are they controlled/operated please?.

Keyboard or mouse or both - wired or bluetooth.

NeilJWD
Can't plug a peripheral in

Yes, you can, but as there's only 1x USB port, you'll need to use a USB hub (powered most likely) if plugging in more than one.

NeilJWD
...and my TV remote surely can't be used.

No, one's TV remote wasn't designed to operate it in the first place.
1 Like #18
nsx2050
Does anyone have experience of using this with sky go?
Have the Lenovo version of these and Sky Go works perfectly. As it is a PC rather than a tablet etc., the Sky Go software thinks that these are regular PC's and as such doesn't block the HDMI port.

Edited By: doodah7 on Mar 06, 2017 15:57
#19
doodah7
nsx2050
Does anyone have experience of using this with sky go?
Have the Lenovo version of these and Sky Go works perfectly. As it is a PC rather than a tablet etc., the Sky Go software thinks that these are regular PC's and as such doesn't block the HDMI port.

Thanks. Did you have any remote to use it with, or did you need to use a keyboard/mouse?
#20
AndyRoyd
From experience of similar devices, the Z3735F is the weak point. Should be fine for light surfing and equally light media applications, but that specific CPU does not support x265/HEVC so limits media versatility. Similar with Z8000 series (Z8300, Z8500 and Z8700) has dedicated hardware support for x265/HEVC. Any upgrade to W10 will require significant preparation. On various similar devices, once installed I haven't found 32GB to be a limitation for w10 if the installation is kept lean and that is reasonably straightforward to attain by prudent use of expandable memory options. The cost is probably reasonable for the form factor if the intended application is not demanding but other options (likely at marginally higher price) may return better versatility and value if the form factor is not a critical consideration.

The Z3735F is a very good basic CPU from what I've seen. I have a number of tablets based around this and a Lenovo IdeaPad 100S with Windows 10 - and I've found it's one of the devices I use the most, especially if I'm out and about, it's so lightweight and low-cost I don't need to worry too much. Anyway, as an internet and basic productivity tool, it's near perfect (I wouldn't have minded paying a little more for a metal body and 64GB storage). I've heard the same about HEVC/x265 support but haven't hit a wall with this yet - I guess for 'Compute Sticks' like this where you might plug it into a TV this is more of an issue.

As others have noted, the sticks seem to be a bit of a red herring as a Windows tablet plugged into the TV is invariably cheaper and can be tucked behind out of the way while having a 'free screen'.
#21
#22
The CPU has an intel HD graphics GPU on chip so excellent for all streaming sites at 1080P easy. I've set these up as home PC's before and they can do anything a standard £200 laptop can do, this includes internet, office and desktop games, just add a nice wireless keyboard mouse combi device (Logitech K400) and you can sit infront of your TV and get on with your work, Kodi should work fine.
#23
Specifically designed for your needs
I'd've thought they'd've needed to ask me some questions before they did that. :{

Heat for the price, though, over two quid cheaper than soniiic's deal, and that reached nearly 300°.
#24
Stealth_Fox
dezontk
RAM is also upgrade-able contrary to popular belief.http://image.prntscr.com/image/0c7c3501b080461595f7ee2ebfddaa6e.pnghttp://imagehosting24.click/images/157248.png
That processor only supports 2GB of RAM
good to know :O
good price! heat added :)
#25
Are these any good for streaming Xbox one?
#27
nsx2050
Does anyone have experience of using this with sky go?
I have a Cyclone 2 Mini PC which I believe will have similar stats and Skygo is the only thing that runs like crap on it, its actually unwatchable.
#28
nsx2050
doodah7
nsx2050
Does anyone have experience of using this with sky go?
Have the Lenovo version of these and Sky Go works perfectly. As it is a PC rather than a tablet etc., the Sky Go software thinks that these are regular PC's and as such doesn't block the HDMI port.
Thanks. Did you have any remote to use it with, or did you need to use a keyboard/mouse?
Have a bluetooth Microsoft keyboard with integrated mouse pad. Works well.

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