|Graphics Card Ram Size||2000 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
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Lenovo Ideacentre Stick 300 PC Mini Desktop (Intel Atom Z3735F, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB HDD + 32 GB SSD, Windows 10) 90F2000CUS
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||0.57 x 1.48 x 4.69 inches|
|Item Weight||0.14 Pounds|
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- Use at home or on-the- go, Ideacentre Stick 300 is designed to go anywhere you go and plug into any display you can find.
- Plug into a display via HDMI and connect a wireless keyboard and mouse for the ultimate portable PC experience on any screen size..
- Quickly connect a hand-held keyboard and mouse combo to enjoy multimedia or web browsing from afar.
- Keep your favorite media with you at all times with 32 GB of storage.
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Use it Anywhere
Transform your TV into a PC. The Lenovo ideacentre Stick 300 is a fully-functioning, pocket-sized PC that connects to a TV or monitor via HDMI. Use it as a valuable business tool or a versatile media center – at school, on the road or on vacation.
The Portable PC
Looking to bring computing to new places? The ideacentre Stick 300 is exactly what you're looking for. It connects and transforms any HDMI TV or monitor into a full PC. It’s great for on-the-go client presentations, catching up with emails, watching movies, gaming, or simply browsing the web. All the convenience of everyday computing, but in an ultra-small format.
Small and Light
At just 100 millimeter long (4.7-inch) the ideacentre Stick 300 fits easily into the palm of your hand as well as your back pocket. Powered by Windows 10, with 2 GB of memory and 32 GB of on-board storage, this little device packs a big punch.
Enjoy your favorite 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.
Perfect 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.
The Lenovo ideacentre stick 300 is a pocket-sized device that transforms any display into a Windows PC ideal for enjoying media, browsing the web or giving presentations. Portable and simple to set-up, the ideacentre stick 300 brings versatility and utility to a new level wherever and whenever you need it.
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UPDATE - I'm dropping the grade to 3 stars because I just followed my own advice below and bought the Intel Compute Stick 125 (STK1AW32SC) for about $123 and it is way better. Wi-Fi is much faster and the 2 USB ports mean no need for a USB hub and I don't need to use Bluetooth at all. I will probably return this Lenovo Stick as the Bluetooth signal is weak.
It is good value for the money and met most of my needs, but if I were in the market for another I would spring the extra $30 or so for the Intel stick just for the second USB port. Bluetooth is just not as reliable in my limited experience. I did get a USB self powered HUB and I found that with two devices plugged in everything went slower.
1) It supports streaming using Netflix, Amazon and PLEX. I have used it as my "travel" device and it works on almost any Wi-Fi so long as the signal is strong. (e.g. in Hotels using the room TV as a monitor I can watch all my streaming services)
2) It is so small and weighs almost nothing so it is a "no brainer" to bring it on your travels to answer e-mails etc.. (I don't carry a laptop anymore)
3) With a USB or Bluetooth keyboard/mouse attached it is as functional as most PC's (within the storage limitations)
4) It comes with a fully licensed copy of Windows 10 (home)
CONS... you have to limit your expectations...
1) A bit (but only a bit) slower than my NUC Quad Celeron. If you are a gamer or a serious video editor this is probably not for you.
2) Windows 10 Home edition that comes with it is fully licensed and activated but check that you do not need features not supported in this Home edition. (e.g. you cannot "remote desktop" into this PC.)
3) Wireless network card is a bit slow but works for my purposes.
4) It only has one USB port so if you want to get a faster network via a USB device then you will need a Bluetooth keyboard/mouse or a USB hub. (This turns out to be a real limitation if you want to pass some files on a USB stick at the same time)
5) Not sure if the 32Gb SSD is big enough for MS Office - might be a stretch even with a 64GB SD card. It is not what I want it for so I haven't tried.
6) If you take power from TV's or monitor's USB ports instead of the 110V power supply, you may get boot failures or it may work. (e.g. Hotel TV's don't seem to provide enough power to run this but my monitors/PC's at home do. If you get boot failures use the included power supply and they will probably go away. If you are prompted to "recover" disk failures, try again with the proper power supply before initiating a recovery process.
7) There is some minor issue with one of the Lenovo software products pre-installed. It ran automatically until I disabled it and seems to think my warranty expired before I got it. For $100 I don't really care, but if you do then buy an extended warranty.
i wish i have read them before doing the update, it seemed too silly that someones warns you to update from official website, and what makes it worse is that lenovo only offers 3 months warranty and if this happens, it wont cover it.
now im stuck with bricked stick that costed 100$ plus that serves as paper weight, get the intel one it's much better..period.
I have mounted it directly on the back of my 27" Monitor and use wireless keyboard and mouse. It have pretty much replaced my laptop when at home, as you can just have a the monitor sitting on your deck and have almost no wires.
You will have to have a monitor with HDMI, or plug it directly into your Flat Screen TV. I have used it on my 60" 1080p TV and it is powered via usb and most TV's has a usb port to power devices.
It does have a microsd card slot for storage.