|Memory Speed||1866 MHz|
|Wireless Type||802.11b, 802.11a, 802.11g|
Intel Compute Stick CS525 Computer with Intel Core m5 vPro processor and no OS (BLKSTK2mv64CC),Black
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- Intel Core m5-6Y57 vPro processor
- Intel HD graphics
- 4 GB total DDR3 1866 MHz dual channel memory
- 64 GB eMMC device built-in
- Integrated Intel 802.11ac wireless (Intel Dual Band Wireless AC 8260)
- One USB 3.0 on device and two USB 3.0 on power adapter & Bluetooth 4.2
- Brown Box
- Intel HD Audio3 via HDMI, supporting multi-channel digital audio
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Get Ready for amazing. The Intel Compute Stick is a tiny device the size of a pack of gum that can transform any HDMI display into a complete computer. But it is what's inside that is really incredible: an Intel CoreM vPro processor - with blazing fast speed that gives you performance you need to get the job done. The Intel Compute Stick combined with Intel Unite software lets you get right down to business collaborating whether you're in a conference room or looping in remote workers. Intel Compute Stick delivers everything you love about a full-sized computer in a device that fits in the palm of your hand.
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The stick itself is too wide at the HDMI end to plug directly into my ViewSonic monitor but it came with a short USB dongle cable that took care of that. Wouldn't be a problem on some other monitors. The included USB C-C power cable is a big fat thing & I will replace it with a thinner, more flexible one. It does get a little warm, but you can still hold it in your hand when it's operating. If the fan is coming on I don't hear it but my hearing is getting a little weak these days.
It's a peppy little dude! I had some reservations about only 4GB RAM, but I could happily use this as my daily machine. Gonna give it 5 stars on Amazon. My monitor is a 22" HD 1920x1080 & when I get a chance I will plug it into a UHD TV and test it out at the max resolution the 515 graphics chipset will do. Will run a few benchmarks soon, too.
Follow up 6/27/16. After almost 3 weeks, there have been no problems with this computer. I ran some simple CPU and memory benchmarks against my Dell XPS 13 model 9333, which has a 1.7GHz Gen 4 i5. The m5 stick cpu tested out at about 88% of the 4G i5 and the m5 memory at about 112% of the 4G i5. Not bad running at 1.1 GHz against the 1.7GHz i5 and using only 4.5 watts in the process!
I wanted a 2nd power supply for taking it on the road without having to unplug the factory OEM power supply, which is made by Asian Power Devices, a major supplier of power supplies for electronics. Unable to locate and buy a 2nd OEM power supply, I bought an iClever Model IC-UC01 wall wort, which has a single USB Type C output at 5V/3A ($20 on Amazon). Although Intel disavows the use of any other power supply than the OEM supply, the iClever PS is functioning perfectly, although with the smaller iClever you don't have the 2 USB 3 ports which the OEM supply has. (You still have the single USB 3 port on the stick itself, however).
I am now questing for a backup battery supply with a USB Type C output at 3A or better, which will eliminate the need to plug the computer into a wall outlet altogether. Haven't yet found what I'm after.
As a caution, I made a mistake I should have known not to make, which is not unique to the m5 Stick. On the road, I use only a Bluetooth mouse and Bluetooth compact keyboard. For whatever reason (duuhh!) I turned on airplane mode in Windows 8.1, which, of course, promptly turned off both WiFi and Bluetooth. Now I had no mouse, no keyboard, no way to communicate with the O/S and no way to turn Bluetooth back on again. I had to wait until I again had access to a wired USB keyboard and mouse to reactivate Bluetooth.
Only three shortcomings that I could observe.
The wifi reception is a bit flakey. It will do 5Ghz, and 2.4Ghz, but sometimes has trouble. Tested by accessing a NAS on the LAN wirelessly. Got some pretty slow throughput at times, especially with 5Ghz. RFI seems to affect wifi reception on this thing more than other devices the same size. For example, an amazon firestick connected to another HDMI port on the same TV had no problems. If you have a single wifi router serving your whole house, rather than an access point on each floor, you will notice this.
The graphics adapter is pretty weak. You open an explorer window or a browser and the whole screen goes a bit dim. Also noticed some flickering. I have yet to try it on a 4k TV though.
The USB ports will *not* power an external hard drive. You'll need a hard drive with it's own power supply
If they can may Core m this small, there is no reason a smartphone or 7-8 " tablet can come with core m!
it is pretty fast. about the same as my Surface Pro.
only complaint is the USBC cable is huge and clunky to carry. had to order another one from Belkin.