Lenovo Stick PC (Black) - (Intel Atom Z3735F 1.33 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB eMMC, WLAN, Bluetooth, Integrated Graphics, Windows 8.1) [Free Upgrade To Windows 10] was £129.99 now £79.99 @ Amazon
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Lenovo Stick PC (Black) - (Intel Atom Z3735F 1.33 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB eMMC, WLAN, Bluetooth, Integrated Graphics, Windows 8.1) [Free Upgrade To Windows 10] was £129.99 now £79.99 @ Amazon

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Found 12th Dec 2015
Great price for the stick pc good alt to the firetv long as you have good wifi.

Blurb and specs:
Windows 8.1 with Bing (free upgrade to win10)
Intel Baytrial Z3735F
2GB Memory
32GB Storage (expandable via micro sd)
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0
1 x HDMI, 1 x Micro USB 2.0, SD Card Reader
100mm x 38mm x 15mm
65 g (0.1lbs)

Key Features
The portable PC
The ideacentre Stick 300 connects easily to a TV or display, giving you a fully functioning Windows PC instantly, with 4-way connectivity via WiFi, HDMI, Bluetooth & Micro SD.
Small and light
Pocket-sized, yet powerful. This ideacentre Stick 300 is just 100mm in length but gives you the functionality you need to tick off your to-do list and enjoy your entertainment.
Mobile media
Enjoy your favourite media on the move. Connect the ideacentre Stick 300 to any display to stream movies and music, enjoy light game play, surf the web and video chat.
Take your work with you
Travelling with work? Take the ideacentre Stick 300 with you. It provides easy access to all your files and connects quickly to a projector for client presentations.
Support for students
The ideacentre Stick 300 is a smart option for students. It’s highly portable, and a great way to transport assignments, homework and presentations from A to B.
Family video chatting
Why not use the ideacentre Stick 300 at home? Simply plug it into your TV, add a USB Webcam/Mic and turn your front room into a family conferencing hub.

28 Comments

Not really much point.when Chromebit is coming.

If anything like the Intel Compute stick, the consensus is don't buy gizmodo.com/int…058.
Suggestion above by soza seems far more flexible.

MatsyLR

Not really much point.when Chromebit is coming.



​The Chromebit early reviews don't rate it highly. Intel NUC a better bet.

Could you stream xbox one to it?

Does anyone know if this device boots up as soon as you apply power, or do you have to press the power-button to make it boot. The Intel compustick doesn't require a button press, but the Justop does.

cas100uk

Could you stream xbox one to it?


Yes

AndyRoyd

If anything like the Intel Compute stick, the consensus is don't buy … If anything like the Intel Compute stick, the consensus is don't buy http://gizmodo.com/intel-compute-stick-review-don-t-buy-it-1699377058.Suggestion above by soza seems far more flexible.



I read that review and it was kind of harsh. To me it concluded as an OK device.

But yes, this looks like a much better buy for £18.45 more: amazon.co.uk/dp/…NU/
Edited by: "justmyshoppingemail" 12th Dec 2015

tapi

Yes



Stream xbox one to it. What does that even mean?

Neobrown

Stream xbox one to it. What does that even mean?



XBONE can be played remotely to a Windows device. XBONE up in the bedroom, play it on any TV in the house with one of these.

Steam remoteplay is good for this as well, though steam doesn't need a Windows device to do it.

Neobrown

Stream xbox one to it. What does that even mean?


this xbox.com/en-…-10



Wouldnt a Bush Eluma 2GB tablet be better? Similar specs and only £60. Plus you can use it as a tablet when away from TV/Monitor

EDIT: Im sure its powerful enough to stream xbox one also?



Edited by moderator: "Quote removed" 12th Dec 2015

tapi

Yes



I've been looking for a streaming solution like this but not sure if this will stream as I would like i.e no lag etc... or is there something similar but more powerful?

I understand people might say get a tablet, laptop or desktop etc but I would like to keep my xbox in the living room for example and stream to the guest/front/friends room.

I would like this as when friends or guests are entertained there's a cleaner look i.e. just a big screen tv stuck on the wall with its 1 or 2 wires hidden but without that big xbox one on display... I think that'd look impressive! Then just sit there and we just pick the wireless controllers and play!

Also just to add, upstairs I have a decent laptop and use it sometimes to stream xbox one there and I've gotta say that it works 99.9% flawlessly which I can accept... I do get the very rare catchup glitch but it really is once in a blue moon... I probably get more lag on my xbox one lol!
Edited by: "Umillion" 12th Dec 2015

I've been thinking about something like this for my (not so smart) TV.
Do you think you can watch skygo on this?

SafcMiata

Does anyone know if this device boots up as soon as you apply power, or … Does anyone know if this device boots up as soon as you apply power, or do you have to press the power-button to make it boot. The Intel compustick doesn't require a button press, but the Justop does.



There's a power button to turn it on.
Recently got one of these for Steam home streaming - found it a bit unreliable over wifi, but works well with a wired connection using a USB->ethernet adapter.

Thanks

justmyshoppingemail

I read that review and it was kind of harsh. To me it concluded as an OK … I read that review and it was kind of harsh. To me it concluded as an OK device.But yes, this looks like a much better buy for £18.45 more: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00XA1A3NU/


Was actually referring to the similar Justop device at same £79.99.price as the Lenovo, but each its merits amazon.co.uk/dp/…HO/

Neobrown

Wouldnt a Bush Eluma 2GB tablet be better? Similar specs and only £60. … Wouldnt a Bush Eluma 2GB tablet be better? Similar specs and only £60. Plus you can use it as a tablet when away from TV/MonitorEDIT: Im sure its powerful enough to stream xbox one also?



I agree a tablet is better value than one of these, but that Bush one doesn't have HDMI out so you won't be able to hook it up to a big screen.

It's a good deal, but all these stick PCs are the same... like identical specs... wish some of these brands would have some innovation!

AndyRoyd

If anything like the Intel Compute stick, the consensus is don't buy … If anything like the Intel Compute stick, the consensus is don't buy http://gizmodo.com/intel-compute-stick-review-don-t-buy-it-1699377058.Suggestion above by soza seems far more flexible.



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Original Poster

kalawelwyn

£99 not £18.45!



Think you missed the word "more"!

geekonthepc

It's a good deal, but all these stick PCs are the same... like identical … It's a good deal, but all these stick PCs are the same... like identical specs... wish some of these brands would have some innovation!



The boards have very limited specifications. I don't know what you expect them to do

Intel PC Stick has been £79.98 on ebuyer for weeks: ebuyer.com/720…fcl

Nice find. Was. Looking at something like this as the other half has a huge dislike of wires. If it streams Netflix and now TV I will be happy.

keithush

link doesn't work


See the dot / fullstop at the end of the URL? Remove it and try again.

I was the first person to comment in this thread and my comment had 2-3 likes in a short period of time, so it was obviously useful to some people. An anonymous HUKD moderator deleted my comment though simply because they couldn't profit from my links. And why should they? It's me putting in the time to help others and share the info. My links were 100% valid and perfectly safe. HUKD have simply got greedy.

Get the JUSTOP iA8 dongle instead of this device. It's got 2x USB ports compared to this and it's the same spec and price. If you want more connectivity options though then get the Sumvision Cyclone Mini for around £98.45.

If you just want something to use with Kodi then you can get an MXQ for about £30. It'll be better than an Amazon Fire TV Stick.

Edited by: "soza" 13th Dec 2015

soza

I was the first person to comment in this thread and my comment had 2-3 … I was the first person to comment in this thread and my comment had 2-3 likes in a short period of time, so it was obviously useful to some people. An anonymous HUKD moderator deleted my comment though simply because they couldn't profit from my links. And why should they? It's me putting in the time to help others and share the info. My links were 100% valid and perfectly safe. HUKD have simply got greedy.Get the JUSTOP iA8 dongle instead of this device. It's got 2x USB ports compared to this and it's the same spec and price. If you want more connectivity options though then get the Sumvision Cyclone Mini for around £98.45.If you just want something to use with Kodi then you can get an MXQ for about £30. It'll be better than an Amazon Fire TV Stick.


I, and I suspect most other HUKD users, have no objection to site convention requiring direct URLs rather than shortened / personal-affiliate URLs. Also have no issue with HUKD benefitting from its own affiliates. Equally, although I wasn't comfortable following your URLs (which you may not have previously considered), I also genuinely appreciated your orig post.

AndyRoyd

I, and I suspect most other HUKD users, have no objection to site … I, and I suspect most other HUKD users, have no objection to site convention requiring direct URLs rather than shortened / personal-affiliate URLs.


What bothers me the most is that the short Amazon URL's are created directly through Amazon, so they can't ever be malicious. They're cleaner than the other links, which don't always tell you exactly what they are either if you're going off of just the ASIN. HUKD will now remove any posts containing them links though and it's all because they can't hijack the links with their Amazon associate ID, so they can't make any money from it. And really why should they? They didn't put time into finding the deals and they didn't share any useful information as to why one option may be better than another.

This time last year HUKD didn't bat an eye, but since they started using an associate ID earlier this year they'll now punish you for spending your time trying to help others if they can't profit from the information that you share. IMO that's not right, especially when the information and links are on point and are perfectly safe. Why shouldn't our time and knowledge be worth something? It's nothing but greed on there part.

And should a staff member read this, just look at the likes that I've received. The information that I'm sharing is on point, I've helped people and maybe some of them even agree with me. I'm not being abusive to anyone here.
Edited by: "soza" 14th Dec 2015

soza

What bothers me the most is that the short Amazon URL's are created … What bothers me the most is that the short Amazon URL's are created directly through Amazon, so they can't ever be malicious. They're cleaner than the other links, which don't always tell you exactly what they are either if you're going off of just the ASIN. HUKD will now remove any posts containing them links though and it's all because they can't hijack the links with their Amazon associate ID, so they can't make any money from it. And really why should they? They didn't put time into finding the deals and they didn't share any useful information as to why one option may be better than another.This time last year HUKD didn't bat an eye, but since they started using an associate ID earlier this year they'll now punish you for spending your time trying to help others if they can't profit from the information that you share. IMO that's not right, especially when the information and links are on point and are perfectly safe. Why shouldn't our time and knowledge be worth something? It's nothing but greed on there part.And should a staff member read this, just look at the likes that I've received. The information that I'm sharing is on point, I've helped people and maybe some of them even agree with me. I'm not being abusive to anyone here.


I tend to err towards site convention on the basis I see no reason why the site should not benefit from affilliation when no subs are being charged for membership. Yes, a member posts helpful information and everyone benefits, either through knowledge gained and / or pointer to a deal, and the site may earn a few pennies in the process. Chicken. Egg. Clearly a debate for another avenue rather than a deal thread, and to which I shall now bow out and move on.
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