Intel Compute Stick Atom 32GB HDMI Windows 8.1 [Free Upgrade to Windows 10] (Used, Amazon Warehouse Deals)
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Intel Compute Stick Atom 32GB HDMI Windows 8.1 [Free Upgrade to Windows 10] (Used, Amazon Warehouse Deals)

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Found 20th May 2016
Intel Compute Stick Atom 32GB HDMI with Windows 8.1 [Free Upgrade to Windows 10] with Free Windows 10 Upgrade
From amazon warehouse deals
Used - very good (£50.27) Used- Like new (£53.01)
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Reviews are a mixed bag.
cold for me due to description. not sure why comment was removed.

cold for me due to description. not sure why comment was removed.


my comments are being removed too I dont know why, whats wrong with the description
Note, the link takes you to the NEW devices at £80.99

The USED ones are below that
Edited by: "pete_l" 20th May 2016

Note, the link takes you to the NEW devices at £80.99The USED ones are … Note, the link takes you to the NEW devices at £80.99The USED ones are below that


amazon.co.uk/gp/…E2/
Hot for the price. Niche product for the average household however
Had to return one. Awful wifi and the damn thing kept rebooting randomly

Had to return one. Awful wifi and the damn thing kept rebooting randomly



Likewise. I had to return my unit after it got stuck in a reboot cycle during a W10 update.
Intel replaced the unit but I'm still wary that I have no way of 'restoring' Windows if it were to have start up issues again.

Likewise. I had to return my unit after it got stuck in a reboot cycle … Likewise. I had to return my unit after it got stuck in a reboot cycle during a W10 update.Intel replaced the unit but I'm still wary that I have no way of 'restoring' Windows if it were to have start up issues again.


Why no way? Doesnt it accept usbs?

Likewise. I had to return my unit after it got stuck in a reboot cycle … Likewise. I had to return my unit after it got stuck in a reboot cycle during a W10 update.Intel replaced the unit but I'm still wary that I have no way of 'restoring' Windows if it were to have start up issues again.


I've used Macrium Reflect free to clone & restore windows on similar UEFI-based Intel Z3735F hardware via USB boot. Reasonably confident it would work OK on the Intel Compute. Zero-cost software so may be worth a dabble? macrium.com/ref…spx
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