Interesting replacement for Intel Compute Stick

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16856173133&cm_re=mini_pc-_-56-173-133-_-Pro...

I have not tried it myself; I just found it online. It looks promising and even has the Ethernet port. The problem I see is only USB3 ports are available.
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i had a bad experience with zotac. almost 35 units, within one year hardware failures. Better would be shuttle. They have decent line up too.

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Prakash 
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Could you please post a link to their product, so we know that we are looking at the right stuff. I believe I have not see anything from them yet.
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Also there is MINIX line of products. Before I used their Android media players. I've had mixed results with them. The smaller stick and compact size devices failed one or another way. But their full size models proved to be solid. Recently they released Windows models http://minix.com.hk/en/products/neo-z83-4 and what I especially like about them is external WiFi antennas. I wish NUCs had those. There is more from Amazon https://www.amazon.com/MINIX-Fanless-Windows-X5-Z8300-Graphics/dp/B01LC3GTZ8/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=...
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Hi Darius

Here is the link for shuttle pcs. http://global.shuttle.com/Event/globa...

They are industrial grade systems. We have installed DS81 series. Till now not a single hardware failures. Minix heard a lot but tried.

Currently we using stick pc same as meegopad, only name different.

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Prakash