Intel NUC - HTPC (Bay Trail 2013 edition - DN2820FYKH)

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calibos Offline
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What do people here think of this device?

http://liliputing.com/2014/10/windows-co...l-cpu.html

Integrated 2gb ram and 32gb SSD good enough for Openelec?

Could it do 1080p60 H264 and thus also be good enough for SteamOS and game streaming?

Or should I post this question in a new thread?
(This post was last modified: 2014-10-18 22:28 by calibos.)
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(2014-10-18 22:27)calibos Wrote:  What do people here think of this device?

http://liliputing.com/2014/10/windows-co...l-cpu.html

Integrated 2gb ram and 32gb SSD good enough for Openelec?

Could it do 1080p60 H264 and thus also be good enough for SteamOS and game streaming?

Or should I post this question in a new thread?

It clearly has nothing to do with this thread.

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Saw Baytrail in the thread title and noticed a minute later after posting it was the 2013 iteration hence the edit. So almost nothing to do with this thread in hindsight but I wouldn't go so far as saying 'Clearly'.
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(2014-10-18 23:25)calibos Wrote:  Saw Baytrail in the thread title and noticed a minute later after posting it was the 2013 iteration hence the edit. So almost nothing to do with this thread in hindsight but I wouldn't go so far as saying 'Clearly'.

I would. It's not a NUC.

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Bay Trail NUC FTW!

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Doh! I was still focused on the BayTrail part of the title. I'm an idiot!
(This post was last modified: 2014-10-19 12:49 by calibos.)
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(2014-08-19 08:17)suku_patel_22 Wrote:  Has anyone tried OneForAll URC-7960?

http://www.oneforall.com/remotes/urc7960...ntrol.html

Works great....with NUC34...
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anyone want to buy my DN2820FYKH? 2 gigs ram, plus an SSD HD.. I forget how big.. but windows8.1 is on it, so it is big enough for that.. let me know if you're interested.. I still need to figure out what the thing is worth.. make a reasonable offer.
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Perhaps someone would want it, if he / she does not have to buy that windows 8.1 crap? I would offer it without.

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